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The Peabody Trust has won a £2 million Heritage Lottery Fund grant to refurbish Berthold Lubetkin's 1930s Priory Green Estate in Islington. The estate is regarded as 'an outstanding example of socialist health and housing policies' and received the single biggest grant of the £27 million handed out to towns and cities this week. Peabody's inhouse architects are managing the refurbishment alongside landscape architect Farrer Huxley Architects.

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