We’d like to hear from people who have lived on the Becontree estate about their memories and experiences on its 100th anniversary
The Becontree estate in the East London borough of Barking and Dagenham was a landmark developing in public housing development. The first homes in the social housing estate were built in 1921 and were described as the world’s largest council estate.
On its 100th anniversary, the Guardian is keen to speak to current and former residents about their memories of the area. We’d also like to see your pictures.