Cressingham Newsletter May/ June 2019

The Design Team have published the May/ June newsletter for Cressingham Gardens and it can be read here.

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The Design Team have published the May/ June newsletter for Cressingham Gardens and it can be read here.

Inside this issue: 

 

Meet Genstacia - New Resident Engagement Officer

Dear residents,

I have recently joined Homes for Lambeth as Resident Engagement Officer for Cressingham Gardens, Westbury and Fenwick. I will be taking over from Abdul Haque. My initial background was finance before moving into resident consultation and community engagement. I have worked on a range of interesting projects including the Neighbourhood Enhancement Programme in Lambeth and a range of other housing and development projects. I am looking forward to meeting you and finding out how I can serve your community.

Genstacia Bull
Resident Engagement Officer
Email: Genstacia@homesforlambeth.co.uk

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Bat survey

Following on from last month’s successful visit to Cressingham Gardens by two members of the Mott MacDonald ecologist team, Mott MacDonald will be recommending further surveys due to the discovery of potential roosting features suitable for bats at Cressingham Gardens. Further details are awaited.

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Seated yoga in the hub

On the Tuesday 18th June at 4.15 – 5pm we will be joined by Claire from Yoga Radiance. Claire will be running a chair yoga session. All residents are welcome to attend.

The session is free, open to all ages, and will be a gentle introduction to seated yoga. We hope to see you there!

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Lollard Street visits 

As mentioned in previous newsletters, Homes for Lambeth has now taken management of its first 70 council level rent homes at Lollard Street in Kennington.

At the moment residents are moving into these homes via a local lettings plan and through the councils Choice Based Lettings scheme.

In early May we had a successful open house event to show residents and councillors around the new homes. They could see what the first Homes for Lambeth homes look like, as well as the new public spaces, built as a part of the development which is open to all residents.

Feedback on these new homes was positive. We also captured lots of comments which Homes for Lambeth can look at for future houses. This included comments around the space left for people to put in their own cookers and fridges in the kitchens and the fixtures and fittings in the bathrooms.

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Independent Advisor 

Would you like an update on the regeneration or are you confused 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
Email: edward.ogundele@publicvoice.london

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Resident drop-in 

Come in to the Engagement Hub at 8 Longford Walk to speak to Homes for Lambeth Officers about the rebuilding of Cressingham Gardens.

When?

Every Wednesday from 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 3.30pm

Where?

The Hub, 8 Longford Walk

 

Contact us

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:

Genstacia Bull – Resident Engagement Officer
Mobile: 07935 801 881
Email: Genstacia@homesforlambeth.co.uk

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