To ensure the Ebury Bridge renewal project can be successfully delivered, a comprehensive scheme has been developed and policies protecting residents' rights incorporated.
This page provides an overview of the latest designs, which can be found here. It's quick and easy to provide views on our latest designs before we submit for planning approval in June 2020. Click through to our consultation website here or get in touch.
You can view our initial designs, which were consulted on from October 2019, by clicking here.
Policy documents can be found below.
The new Ebury Bridge will create a new destination with new places to shop, work and relax in, all while respecting the setting of the local area:
Around 750 new homes
376 affordable homes
273 social rent homes (including 197 replacement)
New shops and cafes along Ebury Bridge Road
The City Council is taking the lead, delivering the first phase of the scheme
New green spaces and community facilities at the heart of a new destination
We want to create a new destination – welcoming estate residents and local people – with new community spaces, and places to relax, shop and work:
New community spaces
Places to relax for residents of all ages
Places to shop
Places to work
The new Ebury Bridge homes have been designed to a very high standard.
Find out more about flat layouts and the comparison of the proposed homes with existing homes by clicking here.
Good distance between blocks
Good separation of pedestrian/vehicular movement
High quality amenities
Safe and secure environment
Well insulated from environment
Dual aspect homes
A major change from our initial design is to remove the building at the southern end. We have absorbed these homes into an adjacent building allowing more daylight on nearby homes. This will:
We have also made changes in the height and width of the new buildings:
It will be a lot easier to get in and around the new Ebury Bridge:
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 has begun and is due to be completed by Summer 2020. It's 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, and register interest in some of the new space, by heading to eburyedge.com