The Austin Village is a unique residential community in Birmingham, UK, consisting of 200 prefabricated American-made cedarwood bungalows. Built in 1917 to house the rapidly expanding workforce of the Austin Motor Co. of Longbridge during The First World War.  Commissioned by Ampersand Projects, funded by The Heritage Lottery Foundation

The Austin Village is a unique residential community in Birmingham, UK, consisting of 200 prefabricated American-made cedarwood bungalows. Built in 1917 to house the rapidly expanding workforce of the Austin Motor Co. of Longbridge during The First World War.

Commissioned by Ampersand Projects, funded by The Heritage Lottery Foundation

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 The Austin Village is a unique residential community in Birmingham, UK, consisting of 200 prefabricated American-made cedarwood bungalows. Built in 1917 to house the rapidly expanding workforce of the Austin Motor Co. of Longbridge during The First World War.  Commissioned by Ampersand Projects, funded by The Heritage Lottery Foundation
Archive objects_144_web.jpg
Harry Blondell_web.jpg
John O'Keefe_34_web.jpg
Archive objects_17_web.jpg
Archive objects_66.jpg
Rita Walters_small.jpg
AVHouse_38_web.jpg
Small_Archive objects_50.jpg
Megan Evans_1_web.jpg
Sylvia Howton_15_web.jpg
Archive objects_74_web.jpg
AVHouse_30_web.jpg
Small_Archive objects_2.jpg

The Austin Village is a unique residential community in Birmingham, UK, consisting of 200 prefabricated American-made cedarwood bungalows. Built in 1917 to house the rapidly expanding workforce of the Austin Motor Co. of Longbridge during The First World War.

Commissioned by Ampersand Projects, funded by The Heritage Lottery Foundation

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