Short silent film by artist Mark Lewis exploring some of the estate's numerous and much-maligned walkways.
Film maker Julie Speechley documents the early stages of the regeneration plans and the disregard for involvement of residents in decision making and consultation.
Southwark Council funded a film made by PR company DHA communications, to promote the regeneration and set out a 'cultural vison' for the area.
Short promotional film commissioned by Southwark Council in 2005 outlining the ambitious aims of the regeneration.
This BBC feature reveals how promises made to residents at the beginning of the regeneration scheme have not been honoured. Tenants were promised new homes in the surrounding area which never had not been built by the time they were forced to move out.
This feature length documentary produced by French/German public broadcaster 'ARTE' and directed by local filmmaker Enrica Colusso - who lives adjacent to the Heygate estate - critically examines the council/developer rhetoric behind the Elephant's regeneration against the reality of its impact on residents. [Download here..]
Council Leader Nick Stanton appears at an New London Architecture conference explaining why progress at the E&C has been slow, and how after having 'decanted' 3,000 residents from the Hegyate estate, "We don't want to go on mopping up the consequences of social failure, we want our people to be bright and economically active citizens."
Journalist Ole Olsaker interviews former residents and academics exploring the politics of urban renewal, gentrification and sustainable development.
Feature length film documenting artist Marcus Coates' investigation into the ongoing regeneration.[Download link here..]
Filmmakers David Reeve & Patrick Steel release short film featuring an interview with former TRA chair Doreen Gee, talking about life on the estate and how it has been affected by the regeneration. (filmed in 2010)
Filmmakers David Reeve & Patrick Steel release short film featuring an interview with former estate resident Liz Grace, talking about life on the estate and how she feels on returning to the estate after having been 'decanted'. (filmed in 2010)
Local residents group Elephant Amenity Network launches a campaign around the Heygate planning application following concerns about lack of consultation and disregard for the regeneration's original objectives.
Short promotional film commissioned by developer Lend Lease, to accompany the launch of sales in its phase 1 of the Heygate development named 'Trafalgar Place'- www.trafalgarplace.com
BBC London News feature on Heygate leaseholders being forced out of London with the low compensation offered for their homes.
Filmmakers David Reeve & Patrick Steel release their short documentary film which follows residents Larry and Janet Colfer through the estate's 'decanting' process.
Part 3 of a 3 part film by Vice exploring the impact of regeneration schemes across London.
BBC Inside Out explains how developer Lend Lease exploited a flaw in the planning system, using a confidential 'viability assessment' to avoid providing affordable housing.
BBC Sunday Politics with Peter Tatchell explores how the Heygate was sold for £100m less than the Council had valued it for.
Report by Australia's national broadcaster showing that only a 'handful' of residents have returned to the estate and that Council leader Peter John doesn't know when or if the Council will break even from its deal with Lendlease.