As the regeneration progresses, we are now approaching the early stages of Phase 2. As you may be already aware, the Regeneration Office is part of the group of blocks that will make way for the new Phase 2 homes and will need to close from Friday 19 May 2023 to make way for the demolition of Rye House where the office sits.
After the 19 May the Regeneration Team will still be contactable by phone and email.
You can also contact the Resident Liaison Officer on 0778 892 2170 if you have any queries regarding the construction work on the estate.
If you have any questions or need to contact us outside the above office hours, please contact the Regeneration Team on 0800 011 3467, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Community Partnership Group (CPG) with the Design team, co-designed the engagement boards for the Community Space Workshop held on Monday 17 April at Ebury Edge. Residents were able to discuss with the architects what the new space should look like.
The overall feedback was positive, as we received comments and suggestions about uses, design and materials.
Please review the Engagement Boards
Please stay tuned to receive details over the next round of Phase 2 Consultations in July.
We now would like to invite residents and the public to the second round of the Phase 2 Public Consultation which will be around specific details of the scheme such as the phasing, community space uses and specification for the new homes.
The two Public Consultation events will also be a great opportunity for residents to view the types of material that could be used in the new development. The two guided exhibitions will take place on:
The exhibition will also be open during office hours from Tuesday 28 February throughout the month by contacting the Ebury Bridge Regeneration Base.
A focused workshop about the future Community Space will be held in Ebury Edge in March/April. We will send you the invitation letter once closer to the event.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Regeneration Team 0800 011 3467 or email email@example.com.
Please review the Engagement Boards.
We would like to thank all the residents who took the time to vote and, as promised, below is the outcome of the residents' ballot for the regeneration of Ebury Bridge estate.
The ballot closed on Thursday 16 February at 5 p.m. and Civica Election Services, the independent body who managed the voting process, has informed us that the overall turnout was 67% with 90.9% voting in favour.
|Question: Do you support the current proposals for the regeneration of Ebury Bridge Estate?|
Civica Election Services formally wrote to residents to officially confirm the result of the ballot.
The positive result of the ballot has enabled WCC to apply for funding from the Greater London Authority (GLA) to provide the additional social rented homes, and give a greater choice of homes for returning and existing residents of Ebury Bridge.
On Tuesday 20 April 2021, Westminster City Council’s planning committee approved plans for Ebury Bridge Estate which will see the creation of 781 homes, and more than half of them will be affordable.
Located in the heart of central London, the proposals will see the full redevelopment of the current estate and the creation of high-quality, sustainable homes.
It will aim to be an almost car-free development, with disabled car parking only. Both pedestrian and cycle transport will be a top priority with more than 2,000 cycle spaces for residents.
The newly built homes will use 90% less carbon than the existing estate and grey water recycling will be used for household functions.
As well as 781 homes, there will be a new community hub, nursery and fitness centre for residents and visitors. Plus, there will be four high-quality public squares created with water and play features. The green spaces will have enhanced lighting for security and an on-site management team.
Around 270 new trees will be planted, as well as the retention of mature existing trees. Alongside this, there will be new flowerbeds and plants, forging natural havens for the local community and increasing biodiversity.
An extended high street with new local shops and cafés has also been approved and there will be new places to work including flexible workspace on Ebury Bridge Road and at the new northern gateway.
Click here to view the planning documents.
Below we have included the main planning documents for you to view, which were submitted to the Local Planning Authority.
Design Access Statement:
Environmental Statement, Volume 3:
Further planning documents can be found on the council's online planning portal, using the reference number 20/04366/COOUT.
If you want to talk with us about any of the submitted documents, please do not hesitate to contact the team and we would be happy to assist.