First, Granby Four Streets won the 2015 Turner Prize, now it's the subject of a new Cabe event aimed at helping tenant and resident groups get involved in the re-development and design of their areas.
Design Council Cabe has announced two new locations to be added to their popular community-led development and study tour series, following the sell-out success of their event at the Green Man Lane Estate in London last year. The new locations will include Bristol and Turner Prize-winning Granby Four Streets
Granby Four Streets received critical acclaim when Arts Collective Assemble, won the prestigious art prize last year for their work with the residents of Toxteth to help regenerate disused and derelict terrace housing in the area. 
The aim of the Cabe event is to look at how residents and housing associations can work together in a climate where there is little money to invest in housing and land values are low. Speakers will include Liverpool Mutual Housing and Housing Association, Pickering and Ferens, which is working with its existing tenants to improve the design of its new housing schemes in Hull for the over 55s. Another Community Land Trust, Homebaked, will also tell its story. The event, taking place on January 27, is open to local residents, tenant groups and housing associations.
Further down the country on January 28, United Communities Housing Association will also be sharing its experiences of resident participation during a study visit to two recent housing developments in Bristol.  
The events are free but places do fill up quickly. Find out more and get in quick to book your tickets for Liverpool and Bristol .