Some of our estates could house more people than they currently do, so we’re reviewing them to see if we can build new homes.
This work is in its early stages and we’re speaking to customers and consulting on the proposals. Wherever possible, we’ll improve landscaping, communal areas and facilities to benefit all our residents.
We’ll always aim to help residents stay in their homes during any work, providing them with support and minimising disruption.
On some estates we may provide additional homes for private sale, using any profit to build more homes for affordable rent across London and the rest of England.
Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith
To help address the shortage of affordable housing in London we’re drawing up some proposals to develop additional homes on our estate at Fulham Palace Road in Hammersmith, which was originally built in 1900.
Guinness Court, Snowsfields, Southwark
We’ve been exploring options to provide additional homes on the estate, and presented proposals that restore the building, by replacing the two missing storeys that were removed in the 1970s.
Kings Road, Chelsea
To help address the shortage of affordable housing in London we’re drawing up some proposals to develop additional homes on our estate at Kings Road, Chelsea, which was built in 1929.
Loughborough Park, Lambeth
We’re spending approximately £100 million transforming Loughborough Park by providing 487 new homes for social rent, affordable rent and shared ownership.
Mansell Street, City of London
The Mansell Street estate has 194 homes and was originally built in 1977.
Williams Lane, Mortlake, Richmond upon Thames
Williams Lane (Combe House and Reid Court) is an estate of 36 homes, originally built in two phases during the 1950s and 1970s.
To help address the shortage of affordable housing in London we’re drawing up some proposals to develop additional homes on our estate at Northwold in Hackney, which was originally built in the 1960s.