Shouldn’t we all be developers?
Order your copy of Roger Zogolovitch’s book that makes the case for the independent developer
Drawing on Solidspace’s extensive experience of building on gap sites in London, Roger lays out his argument for a movement for “good development” by independent and entrepreneurial developers, who have the ability to unlock the potential of the underdeveloped gap sites in the city without the need to encroach on our greenbelt. Published this month against the backdrop of one of the worst housing crises London has ever experienced, this publication starts from the premise of housing as a basic human right and showcases ways that developers, who sit between the individual self builder and the volume housebuilder, can help ease the deficit of housing in the city, whilst maintaining and preserving the unique character of our capital. Set over nine chapters, the book tackles issues relating to planning, land, design and governance, as it surveys the past and present conditions relating to development and makes constructive propositions for a better future for house building in the urban context. You can now order your copy of Shouldn’t we all be developers? here.