The Development Management Team have published the April 2020 Newsletter for Fenwick Estate and it is available to read here.
It has been a few months since activities happened here on the Fenwick Estate. So in this edition, we’d like to highlight a new set of activities to help us get back and stay in touch with you. Even in this environment of unprecedented life changes, we’d like to share news on training and activities that follow government advice on social distancing.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
- Virtual College
- Yoga Sessions
- Resident drop in sessions
- Coronavirus Response
- Resident Engagement Panel (REP)
- Homes for Lambeth Business Plan
- Development Update
- Update from Homes for Lambeth CEO
- Key Contacts
Homes for Lambeth has started a new partnership with the Virtual College as we launch a series of online training courses which will be free to access for Fenwick Estate residents and can be undertaken from home during our support for social distancing.
Available from 20 April 2020 you can become a student enrolled in:
- Nutrition and hydration
- Completing application forms
- Get moving, get healthy
To register your interest in any of these courses and find out more click here.
Currently, as this is a new programme, you can only enrol on one course. Places are limited. More information on these courses can be seen on the Virtual College website: www.virtual-college.co.uk.
We are really pleased to be able to offer some gentle yoga to residents on all of our estates and are excited to be working with qualified instructor and Lambeth resident Claire Hawkins www.clairehawkins.co.uk to deliver these online workshops through April.
• Wednesdays at 2pm – Seated yoga webinar. You can either phone in and listen or watch if you use Skype.
• Saturdays at 1.30pm – Yoga at home live YouTube broadcast.
Just visit www.engage.homesforlambeth.co.uk/yoga and the broadcast will begin automatically.
Resident drop in sessions
Our resident drop-in sessions are still running - just not in person!
For April, please use the following information to access the weekly ‘phone drop-ins’.
Wednesdays from 5pm to 6pm
• Join by phone on: 020 7926 9118
• Conference ID: 5222677
In due course we hope to re-open the resident information hub at 66 Willington Road.
Watch this space!
Following the Government’s advice on social distancing and protecting the most vulnerable, we have suspended all consultations, meetings and drop-in sessions. This period started from Tuesday 17 March 2020. We want to continue to liaise with you and offer appropriate activities and signposting to support now the nation has been asked to remain at home.
For us to do this please make sure we have your contact details; an email, landline and/or mobile phone number. Share this information with us as soon as you can.
For more information click here.
Resident Engagement Panel (REP)
We’d like to restart a Resident Engagement Panel for Fenwick Estate. Resident Engagement Panels are an important part of how we’d would like to engage with you and all those included in the changes at Fenwick Estate. Each Resident Engagement Panel is different depending on the estate, its issues and opportunities.
So, why not become a REP member? Contact Carole on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 075 1495 2678 for more information.
Homes for Lambeth Business Plan
Our latest business plan, covering our detailed programme of work 2020 to 2023 was published last month and outlines what will be delivered over the next three years.
To download the Homes for Lambeth business plan, click here.
Building great relationships with you is crucial for us to become the exemplary landlord you deserve. We will work alongside you, provide you with the information you need, create a dialogue, listen to feedback and provide excellent customer service. It also means supporting you while your new homes are being built and when you have moved into your new home.
Thank you to Fenwick Place residents, for our recent conversations and keeping in touch. Fenwick Place is an ideal site and excellent opportunity to deliver much needed new housing on the estate.
To be in a position to do this - applications for Fenwick Place, followed by the masterplan will be done as two separate planning submissions. We hope you will be willing to contribute to the consultations regarding the Fenwick Place proposals and letters with information on how to do this will be issued in April with all the details on how to get involved.
Transport for London on behalf of the London Borough of Lambeth is undertaking this development. For further information on Fenwick South, please contact Lambeth Council’s Estates Regeneration team - email@example.com
Update from Homes for Lambeth CEO
Hello, my name is Jitinder Takhar. I am Chief Executive Officer at Homes for Lambeth. Always an exciting and dynamic environment to work in, my role is to co-ordinate staff effort, collaborate with Lambeth Council and provide information to the Board to ensure they can guide and monitor the organisation effectively.
Our vision at Homes for Lambeth is to build thriving communities and better futures for our residents. In the current environment we will be working harder than ever over the coming months to deliver our business plan commitments and provide you with a wide and diverse range of community activities, training and opportunities. This will involve different ways of communicating with you as we must all follow social distancing guidance.
We have already provided routes to interact over the internet, such as online yoga as well as using the more usual post and telephone to keep in touch.
I joined the organisation in autumn 2019 and want to bring my skills to bear and make a difference to people’s lives by nurturing talent at all levels - whether staff, at board level or with you as a resident.
What would I like to achieve here at Homes for Lambeth? To help build communities and homes that stand the test of time.
If you have any questions about the upcoming changes and development on the estate, please contact:
Carole Pridmore – Resident Engagement Officer
Tel: : 07514 952678
For current housing related issues, please contact:
Bukky Fakoya – Neighbourhood Housing officer
Phone: 020 7926 3602
For any estate moving questions please contact:
Paul Gordon – Decant officer
Phone: 020 7926 0385
To discuss any issues relating to your residency and the processes of tenancy change, please contact:
Rob Lantsbury – Independent Advisor
Phone: 0796 153 2761
Christine Searle – Independent Advisor
Phone: 0776 442 1981
Lambeth housing repairs
Phone: 020 7926 6000