Back at the Heygate


This time I have included three of Reuben’s works. A new banner has gone up at the Heygate, which for some reason I didn’t photograph, saying that a new phase of development is happening. So how much longer these empty flats will remain, with their hidden trees and allotments, who knows.

4 thoughts on “Back at the Heygate

    • Not really, though I was only on the edge and it was a sunny day. There are sections which I wouldn’t want to walk by at night, not because of people inside, but because it makes the area so barren and so feels unsafe.

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