From community events and business news to tips on maintaining your garden over the winter, here we have something for everyone. Our community is a busy, active one. We support residents in their own events as well as host special seasonal events in the park at De Beauvoir Square and in the De Beauvoir Block. We also get involved in wider community events such as the Hackney Half Marathon.
Our 'Insights' are written by our expert in-house team and our special monthly guest bloggers who cover some first-hand stories from people in De Beauvoir town. Our news will keep on coming - at The Benyon Estate there is never a dull day!
Succesful designer and our tenant Ella Doran has prepared an inspirational piece for our readers about how to bring colour and texture to your rented home.
We understand how stressful it can be moving a house, with this in mind we've prepared a house moving checklist that includes everything you will need in preparation for, during and after your move.
Now, more than ever, there's a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity.
Whether you are expecting a baby or your bundle of joy has just arrived, it is time to ensure your home is as safe for your child as it can be.
Trying to find a new home can be tricky, with lots of factors to consider before you make your decision. Here’s our advice on how to find a home that suits you.
With the growth of renewables as an alternative to traditional fossil fuels, the dangers of climate change and the impact of global warming, there is a need for all of us to be more energy efficient.
With the winter solstice and Christmas past us and the New Year welcomed in, I should be pouring over spring catalogues allowing my dreams to run riot.
In the New Year we all start thinking about how we can improve our lives and the area that we live in.
Moving to a new area can be daunting, but thanks to social media you can start to become part of your new community before you’ve stepped out of the front door.
The perimeter of the Hackney New Primary School construction site has been converted into a “community canvas” for the art work of creative teenagers.
Long-standing residents of The Benyon Estate were invited to a festive afternoon tea to celebrate the huge part that they play in the community.
Number 78 De Beauvoir Road, built circa 1840, has survived two world wars and been called home by tenants including, most recently, Charles Dickens’ great great granddaughter, sculptor Sophie Dickens.