A very big thank you to the 38 residents and Councillor Marsha de Cordova who attended our workshop last night.Read more
Residents on Cressingham Gardens should, over the next few days, receive a mailing which updates them on the consultation on the future of their estate and answers a number of questions they have raised.Read more
Meeting notes form the recent "Green Retro Fitting" and "Viability" workshop have been published.Read more
While Lambeth has to tackle the housing crisis for future generations, it also has to do its best for its current residents. To reduce uncertainty for residents to a minimum, we are committed to give them all the information and support that they need to make the best choice about their and their families' futures.Read more
The latest newsletter for Cressingham Gardens has been published.Read more
The fifth newsletter for the Fenwick Estate Regeneration has been published. You can read it below.Read more
Last Saturday we were joined by 29 residents of Fenwick Estate on a study trip to North and East London.Read more
Following discussions with Cressingham Gardens’ Residents Engagement Panel and residents living on the estate, we are holding an information session for Council tenants. At the session the Council will explain how the different options for regeneration of the estate could affect council tenancies and take your questions.Read more
A huge thank you to the 32 people who came long to our first exhibition for Fenwick Estate on the 30th January; it was particularly good to see some new faces get involved in the process. The aim of this exhibition was to share the information and ideas gathered over the initial workshops and walkabout as well as invite people to provide more feedback on their priorities for the estate. All of this information will feed into the residents brief and influence the work of the architects, Karakusevic Carson as they begin to prepare design scenarios.
If you were unable to attend you can view the exhibition content as well as provide feedback here.