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!
Last autumn, the Wildlife Gardeners of Haggerston in East London began on their mission to create a living waterway brimming with wildlife all year long.
De Beauvoir Town’s wildlife enthusiasts came together for a swift-spotting ramble last month.
We have been pleased to host Oliver Gardiner, a planning and property development student from Oxford Brookes University, for a week’s work experience.
The Benyon Estate is proud to have supported this year’s Party in the Park in De Beauvoir Square, organised by the De Beauvoir Association.
Global mobile ticketing platform DICE has more than doubled its team at its head office in De Beauvoir Block in Hackney and is moving to new office space next door.
The transformation of 98 De Beauvoir Road from a mixed-used residential and commercial building into contemporary office space with original Edwardian features is nearing completion.
The second ever Swift Awareness Week (SAW 2019) is taking place from 22nd to 30th June.
A project which transformed a young man into a Channel 4 reporter will receive funding from the Benyon Estate to continue for another year.
We are pleased to see the construction of Hackney New Primary School on Kingsland Road entering its final phase of development and nearing completion.
We are pleased to announce a calendar of exciting evening events coming to De Beauvoir Block, designed to inspire, inform and educate our local community.
House hunters looking for property to rent in De Beauvoir Town, Hackney, will benefit from a deposit-free rental scheme which the Benyon Estate has recently adopted.
The De Beauvoir Balloon Debates landed in the De Beauvoir Block in February, the first series of stimulating discussions at a new venue.
Estate Manager Edward Benyon recently joined bestselling author, property developer and property investor Nicole Bremner for the latest episode of her podcast.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of our new residential tenant portal to provide everything you might need to know about your tenancy and your home.
Health food fans in Hackney’s De Beauvoir Town are in for a treat when new healthy eating store and takeaway The Cure opens on Southgate Road on Tuesday, February 5th 2019.
Long-standing tenants of the Benyon Estate gathered for a festive afternoon tea to celebrate another year in De Beauvoir Town on Saturday, December 15.
2018 has been a very busy year for the Estate team, with many projects reaching fruition and others nearing fruition, while a number of ventures have kick-started after many months in the pipeline.
A “topping out” ceremony on the rooftop of the Hackney New Primary School in Kingsland Road has marked a key milestone in the construction of this important community project.
Local residents, Gideon Corby and Esther Adelman, are in the process of transforming the canal which runs through the southern end of De Beauvoir Town.
After my father-in-law Sir William Benyon died in the Intensive Care Unit in the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading and we had had the idea to make a garden in his memory in a grim little courtyard outside the hospital cafe, it was another two years before the project was announced and two more before work started.
For almost five decades, 64 Southgate Road was home to a former Regent Street dressmaker and her family. Now the property is about to welcome new tenants after a comprehensive six-month refurbishment which has given it a 21st century revamp whilst reviving its 19th century architectural heritage.
This summer, The Benyon Estate has been privileged to have two interns join the team to experience life working for a busy city estate.
A new garden has officially opened at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, designed by Jennifer Benyon of the Benyon Estate and featuring a sculpture by Hackney-based Sophie Dickens, the great granddaughter of Charles Dickens.
The Regent’s Canal Living Waterway project has an ambitious goal: to create an attractive waterway which brims with wildlife all year long at the southern end of De Beauvoir Town.