For many, the city centre spot is emblematic of the "old Manchester" that developers and politicians are trying to leave behind.
The development will go ahead despite opposition from anti-gentrification campaigners and from within the local community.
POP Brixton and Peckham Levels are owned by The Collective, which has a combined property portfolio of £2.7 billion.
Sistah Space has won the right to stay at its office on Mare Street after mediation with Hackney Council.
The south London shopping centre is being demolished to make way for a new development. But traders within the complex say that they have not been offered a suitable place to relocate.
A VICE News Freedom of Information request reveals that there has been a 26 percent drop in homes occupied at social rent on the contested Woodberry Down estate in east London.
Two projects from LCC students explore how gentrification and austerity has affected inner-city and post-industrial communities differently.
Amid the chaos of a global pandemic and civil unrest, the viral Instagram page provides a space for Black women to find solace in food.
Save the Rio campaigners have launched a petition calling for the re-election of its board after fearing the cinema’s independence is at risk.
After months of campaign action, the family owners have reached an agreement with their landlords, Hondo Enterprises.
Musicians linked to Taylor McWilliams – owner of Brixton Market and part-time house DJ – are depicted wearing a Rastafarian hat and Native American headdress. McWilliams and the musicians deny all accusations of racial insensitivity.