This resulted in the development of millions of byelaw terraced houses but failed to provide green space or community facilities. The first planning legislation in 1909 [ 2 ] was the result of concern over basic living standards and the wider campaign for high-quality place making, led by the Garden Cities movement.
On his death at East Molesey in 1899, Vogel was interred in Willesden Jewish Cemetery in London. Namesakes. Several things bear his name today: The Sir Julius Vogel Awards for science fiction writing. Suburbs named Vogeltown in Wellington and New Plymouth.