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Photo: Rob Howard

Foster Road Housing

Foster Road housing was built after World War II

Originally a Cambridge Borough Council housing estate, built in 1946-48 with 360 dwellings.  It includes a large recreational space (King George V playing fields) and adjoining allotments.

For details of the earlier history, see Building Foster Road


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