What has happened so far and key dates
We have been consulting with residents to better understand how they feel about their home and living on the estate.
Since summer 2020, we have been consulting with residents to better understand how they feel about their home and living on the estate.
Resident feedback highlighted a range of good and bad things about the homes and estate, and showed clear support for the council to consider, with residents, how the estate might change if it was to be demolished and rebuilt.
We have been pleased to meet so many residents already on the estate, either in person at the consultation events we held last year; over the telephone or virtually at one of the online meetings and drop-ins.
Residents have been actively involved in shaping both the design proposals and the Landlord Offer through the Resident Steering Group, separate tenure meetings and various other in-person and online consultation events. They also interviewed and selected their Independent Tenants and Leaseholders Advisor to support them through the process.
Residents vote 'yes' for redevelopment
Thank you to every resident who has got involved with the consultation and ballot. We were delighted to see that so many of those that were eligible to vote did, but also appreciate the time all residents have given to the process.
As you will have heard already, 94% of residents that voted, voted YES for redevelopment. This is fantastic news and a clear show of support for making the estate a better and safer place to live for all residents.
We are very excited to begin to plan the next stages of consultation with residents and the wider community as the architects start to work on the detailed design of the new neighbourhood and homes.