The June newsletter has been published for residents who live on the estate.Read more
We are pleased to announce that it is the Council’s intention to appoint Mace Ltd to provide development management services for the Fenwick Estate. This intention is subject to contract and normal council process. The selection of the Development Management Team (DMT) went through an extensive process.Read more
In order to build more and better homes in the borough, the Council has approved plans to redevelop the Fenwick Estate. This update gives you information about what will happen next.Read more
On Saturday 1st October, residents from Fenwick estate met the four potential development management teams who are bidding to work on the redevelopment of the Fenwick estate.
The Council is taking forward plans for the future of Fenwick Estate to provide more and better homes for the borough. The next step is to select a development management team that will develop detailed plans for the estate and we want residents to be involved in selecting that team. There are four short-listed development management teams; the Council with the help of residents needs to select one.Read more
Last night the Council’s Cabinet met to discuss the proposed redevelopment of the Fenwick Estate and it was resolved that full redevlopment will take place. This means that all the blocks on the estate (except for the odd-numbered homes on Willington Road) will be demolished in a phased basis to make way for the redevelopment of the Estate. The redevelopment will re-provide all the existing homes and deliver additional new homes.Read more
The Cabinet report for the proposed regeneration of Fenwick Estate has now been published.Read more
As you may be aware the Willington Road terraced houses (the odd numbers from 7-51) were included within the Fenwick Estate Regeneration Feasibility Study, which has been on-going since November 2015.Read more
We are pleased to announce that a group of residents from the Fenwick Estate Resident Engagement Panel (REP) have interviewed three firms of Independent Residents Advisors (IRAs) recently, and have chosen Strategic Urban Future (StUF) to support the residents on the estate through the regeneration process.
The IRAs can offer independent advice and signposting to all residents affected by the regeneration proposals on a range of housing, financial and legal issues.Read more