- Marsham Lodge (Gerrard’s Cross) – archived website
- The Lane
- New Ash Green
- Westfield – Ashtead, Surrey
- Highsett – Cambridge
- An interesting interior refit at Corner Green in Blackheath
- A complete list of Span estates can be found on the Fieldend website
Others with similar ideals
- The Heights
- The Heights: 6H house plan
- Marmalade Lane – a new “co-housing” scheme in Cambridge, first occupied in 2019. Very similar to the Span ethos, but with more shared facilities. The residents’ society is K1 Cohousing.
See also the related websites of organisations involved in realising the project: Mole Architects, Town (developer), Trivselhus (system build)
Span on Film
- Living in Span Homes – a series of short films created between 2017 and 2019. It looks at the social structures on three Span developments in London and also includes a bit of Span history.
- The House of Tomorrow – short film by British Pathé. Blackheath 1957. You can imagine the plummy voice-over for yourself…
Span around the Web
- Cedar Chase 40th anniversary issue – Hitcham and Taplow Preservation Society Newsletter
- Cedar Chase 50th anniversary – Hitcham and Taplow Preservation Society Newsletter
- Span Estates: A Personal Reflection by Dr Ian Appleton, University of Edinburgh.
- Landscape Conservation on Span Estates Dr Barbara Simms, Birkbeck College.
- The two papers above are part of the proceedings of the conference: LANDSCAPES OF THE RECENT FUTURE: Conserving the 20th Century’s Landscape Design Legacy – April 2011
- Corner Green, Blackheath on the 20th Century Society’s website
- Interactive floor plan: Span House, London – an interesting refit at Corner Green
- Span House comes out of Woodwork – a more technical article on the refit at Corner Green
- A house like no other? – BBC News article 9th November 2006
- Let’s move to … A Span estate – The Guardian, 26 May 2007
- Community Design Principles of Span Homes – thoughts by an American on moving into a Span house.
- 1960s Span Houses – artwork by Julian Bovis
- A kitchen refit
- Where have all the trees gone? Article on housing design using Cedar Chase as one of the examples
- Park Gate in Brighton – architectural photography by Jim Stephenson
- Memories of E Gostling builders – the company that was once called Building Span