Back-to-back houses and their communities in 21st century Leeds
This is a project about the back-to-back houses in the Harehills Triangle.
I want to work with people to
discover the memories of back-to-back living in times past, that have been passed on to the current communities
find out what living or working in a Harehills back-to-back is like now – what people value or dislike about the design and character, and social and historical aspects of the houses and the neighbourhood
and understand how people live, and would like to live in their houses
So that we can develop a strategy together for protecting what is valued and creating what is desired, giving the back-to-backs and their communities a future that is both compatible with their heritage and other values, and the way that their communities want to live in them.
The research began in 2015 and is expected to be complete by 2020.
For information on:
- The project background and its aims and objectives, refer to The Research Project
- The researcher, refer to Biography
- Participating in the research, refer to the Get Involved pages.