The Design Team have published the April newsletter for Cressingham Gardens and it can be read here.
The Design Team have published the October newsletter for Cressingham Gardens and it can be read here.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
- Meet Robert Taylor - Development Manager
- Your Chance to see inside Homes for Lambeth's first homes
- Bat Survey
- Independent Advisor
- Resident Drop-in
- Contact Us
Robert has joined the Homes for Lambeth team as Development Manager for Cressingham Gardens. Robert will be taking over from Anna Allan who has now left her role on Cressingham Gardens.
Robert initially trained as an architect in Manchester, moving to central London to work, specialising in designing housing of all tenures ranging from single homes to large estate regeneration projects.
After leaving architecture he spent some time at the Housing Corporation and has more recently worked on 4 large-scale housing developments in London as a Technical Manager, ensuring quality of both Design and Construction by managing the external design Team (Architect, Engineer, Landscape Architects etc.).
He has lived most of his adult life as a tenant in either Local Council accommodation or Housing Association Flats. Robert told us “I have always believed that everybody deserves to live somewhere
safe and beautiful and that great design enhances lives”.
As mentioned in previous newsletters, Homes for Lambeth was due to take the management of it first 70 homes at Lollard Street in Kennington. Homes for Lambeth has now done this and residents are now moving into these new council level rent homes. To allow residents to see what these Homes for Lambeth homes look like we have arranged two open house sessions - the details are below:
4 to 7pm on the 8th May and 1 to 5pm on the 9th May
Lollard Street, SE11 6BH - head to corner of Lollard Street and Bricklayers Road
If you have any questions about the open house sessions please contact us on the details at the end of this newsletter.
Please RSVP here.
A Bat Survey was conducted by Ecologists on Cressingham Gardens on the Friday 5th April. The survey was a ground-level assessment of buildings and trees in Cressingham Gardens to confirm the presence of potential bat roosting features. Any identified features on buildings and trees that have potential for a bat roost presence, will feed in to determine the level of bat activity surveys that may be required at Cressingham Gardens.
We will update residents as more surveys are agreed and conducted, along with key findings through the Design Forum.
Would you like an update on the regeneration or are you anxious about what you are entitled to? Would you like to get involved
with the development of your new home? Do you know a vulnerable resident that needs support?
Please contact me so I can assist
you. The advice you receive is completely independent of Lambeth council and is personal to you and your family.
Drop-in to me see me every Wednesday:
3.30pm – 7pm, the Engagement Hub at 8 Longford Walk
I can also visit you at your home if you would like a private and confidential meeting.
Phone: 0800 169 8677
Mobile: 07770 883 224
Come in to the Engagement Hub at 8 Longford Walk to speak to Homes for Lambeth Officers about the rebuilding of Cressingham Gardens.
Every Wednesday from 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 3.30pm
The Hub, 8 Longford Walk
If you have any questions about any of the content in the newsletter or would like to provide input into future newsletters please contact us on the details below:
Abdul Haque – Resident Engagement
Officer – Homes for Lambeth