To enjoy all the benefits of our website
Photos of packed beaches during heatwaves reflect a lack of access to alternative spaces and unequal land ownership.
The international food shop and south London staple is under threat of eviction. Photographer Amit Lennon spoke to some of its customers.
The number of people living further than a ten-minute walk from a public park will rise by 5 per cent over the next five years, hitting deprived areas hardest.
When a free football pitch disappears, locals lose so much more than just a place to kick a ball around.
Austerity has created new funding pressures for schools, which are having to leverage the one asset they still have left: land.
From a disused fire station to a former branch of H&M, the country’s first museum of migration, which tells stories of British identity, is struggling to find a place to call home.
Little-known landlords like the Wellington Pub Company have been forcing pubs to close across the country, but communities are fighting back.
One Blackfriars may be a "sound property investment" but it was built on the premise that it would make room for the public – and that hasn't happened.
The New Statesman team will be tracking the decline of the public realm through vanishing community buildings and spaces.
The account tweets out the combination codes for cubicles across the capital.