A Fond Farewell to England’s Prefab WWII Bungalows – Atlas Obscura

For decades, residents of the Excalibur Estate, London’s last community of post-World War II, prefabricated houses, have been fighting against property developers and hostile local authorities to save their lovely bungalows from demolition.

This fight has proven to be in vain, as, driven by rising land values, Lewisham Council started to pull them down in…

Source: A Fond Farewell to England’s Prefab WWII Bungalows – Atlas Obscura

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2 thoughts on “A Fond Farewell to England’s Prefab WWII Bungalows – Atlas Obscura

  1. When I was a child in south London, I used to look on the prefabs with great envy. We considered them to be the epitome of modern living at the time. Each had a small garden too, and compared to how most of us were living then (my own family had two rooms in the small Victorian house of an old lady) they appeared to be stylish and desirable.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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