Dollis Valley – London Borough of Barnet

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PPCR have worked as Independent Advisers on Dollis Valley from 2002 to 2012, and we were re-appointed this year.

We work with and support the residents in setting up a representative Residents Steering Group, providing advice and training and as advocates for all residents during the production of the Development Brief, the selection and procurement of a development partner and the evolution of a Masterplan for the demolition of all existing homes, providing new homes for rent and sale, retail facilities, a new community facility and nursery and a regenerated smart garden suburb.

Phases 2 and 3 tenants have now completed the housing needs survey.

Decanting

When Phase 1 is completed around late 2015, eligible residents from Phase 2 will move into the new development on Phase 1.

Phases Timeline and what happens next:

The 1st phase of the regeneration will begin with construction works starting on site in Autumn 2013 and aiming to finish in 2015.

Phase 1: construction of 108 new homes, consisting of 40 affordable and 62 private for sale and 5 intermediate homes, and the community facility and the nursery.

  • Phase 1st: Mid-October 2013 – end of 2015 (indicative year). The 1st Phase includes the following addresses: Mays Lane: 131, 133, 135 and Hammond Close: 5.
  • Phase 2: 2015 to 2016 (indicative year). The 2nd phase includes the following addresses: Mill Bridge: 1 to 63, The Ridge: 1 to 15, and Homefield: 1 to 15 and 30 to 35.
  • Phase 3: 2016 to 2017 (indicative year). The 3rd phase includes the following addresses: The Ridge: 16 to 124, Mill Bridge: 107 to 121, and Garrowsfield: 1 to 6 and 35 to 42.
  • Phase 4: 2017 to 2019 (indicative year). The 4th phase includes the following addresses: Mill Bridge: 64 to 106, and 122 to 156;  and Garrowsfield: 7 to 34.
  • Phase 5: 2018 to 2020 (indicative year). The 5th phase includes: Garrowsfield: 43 to 135.
Residents looking at the proposal to develop their neighbourhood
Residents looking at the proposal to develop their neighbourhood
Looking at the proposals to regenerate their neighbourhood
Looking at the proposals to regenerate their neighbourhood
Involving the next generation
Involving the next generation
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