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Elmington regeneration

The Edmund Street site (sites A and B)

The Council decided to sell the two empty sites on either side of Edmund Street in February 2010 and named Notting Hill Housing as the developer for Edmund Street in April 2011.

Notting Hill is now working on its proposals to build new homes on the Edmund street site and has begun consulting with the local community on its proposals. This consultation will help shape the proposals put forward in its planning application to the Council, which will be submitted at the end of this year (2011). You can read more about the planning system.

A fun day and exhibition was held on 9 July 2011 to kick start the consultation. At the event local residents were able to participate in a range of activities and provide their feedback to Notting Hill on important issues such as design and community safety.

You can participate in Notting Hill's ongoing consultation with residents online by visiting the is https://twitter.com/NHHEdmundStreet

 

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