Elephant & Castle has been through quite a lot in the last years. Greater London and the Borough of Southwark tried unsuccessfully to refurbish the area before, but from early January 2015 London managed to start investing through refurbishments, causing many rumours amongst the locals.
Elephant and Castle is undergoing a transformation worth billions. The London borough in South London has many parts of it that are in need of severe redevelopment and rejuvenation, but with this comes problems, such as the gentrification of the borough which is likely to
Elephant and Castle is ever-changing nowadays, but there are some things that are changing that seem to be part of the character and liveliness of the roundabout.
Elephant and Castle has drastically changed since the regeneration commenced in 2015. Here are pictures that show the old buildings and the new buildings, situated in the heart of Elephant and Castle.
The place we nowadays call Elephant and Castle started as two prosperous villages, Walworth and Newington. It was a thriving area up until the late 20th century when slum developments grew up to house the expanding population. Today, Elephant and Castle is going through major
Elephant and Castle looks calm and peaceful under the blue sky, but it isn't. There's a lot of controversy going on due to the regeneration plans that are taking place in the area. Not everyone is happy about the surroundings of the Elephant becoming more
With the pending changes to the market and shopping centre amidst the regeneration of Elephant and Castle, I spoke to market stall holder Alan about his own music stall, which he has had for the past 18 months after being made redundant from the fire
Elephant and Castle is going through a £3 billion plan of regeneration that will drastically reshape the appearance and liveability of the area. We explored each of its corners to find interesting voices to have their say about how this plan will affect their lives and
Ever since the first news of the refurbishment of Elephant and Castle emerged, the focus has been on its economical benefits. The plans include new luxury apartments and the demolishment of the Shopping Centre. Once the project is finished, the area is expected to be safer