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Elmington regeneration

Background to the regeneration

The cabinet approved in outline the continuing regeneration of the Elmington estate in 2009. This new strategy has three strands:

  1. The selection of a registered social landlord to develop new homes on the two empty sites on either side of Edmund Street.  Notting Hil Housng Group has been selected.
  2. Works to Proctor House, Brisbane Street and Flatman House have ended and Drayton and Langland have begun
  3. Decanting of tenants and leasehold buy backs is underway and we are negotiating on a preferred developer for these sites

You can view the blocks that are affected by the Elmington regeneration proposal.

We worked closely with residents through the Elmington resident steering group to develop a detailed redevelopment programme and consulted with residents on issues such as rehousing for affected residents. 

You can find out more about the Elmington Resident Steering Group (RSG).

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Elmington regeneration

Elmington estate regeneration

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