To ensure the Ebury Bridge Renewal can be successfully delivered, a comprehensive scheme has been developed and policies protecting residents' rights incorporated. Phasing and policy documents can be found below.
Good distance between blocks
Good separation of pedestrian/vehicular movement
High quality amenities
Safe and secure environment
Well insulated from environment
Long term sustainability
Dual aspect homes
We’ve designed the new estate to unlock more community benefits for estate residents and people in the wider area. It would include more places to shop, green spaces, water features, play areas, and community space. You can see where we’re planning to locate these in the Masterplan image below.
We want to reconnect the new estate with the surrounding neighbourhood by providing:
During the project there will be periods of time where there will be vacant plots of land that can be used to benefit local residents.
A brand new community space called Ebury Edge filled with shops and a café will be temporarily in place while the renewal of Ebury Bridge Estate progresses.
Local businesses and entrepreneurs are being encouraged to join this new pop-up, which will also feature affordable work spaces, gardens and a play area for children.
Construction could begin in January 2020 and be completed by Summer 2020, and it is expected to be open for around five years.
The council consulted extensively about the plans. People said they want space for gardening, a café, and flexible space for a playgroup.
You can read more about Ebury Edge by heading to eburyedge.com