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Silchester Estate – Keeping you informed

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Weekly drop-in sessions

If you have any questions or worries about your housing, please come and meet with Helen Redd, your Independent Resident Adviser, at the weekly drop-in sessions,

on Fridays between 2pm and 5.30pm
at the Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea
ADKC Centre,
Whitstable House,
Silchester Road W10 6SB.

 

 

To keep you updated about news on the redevelopment of Silchester Estate please read the latest Newsletter

Newsletter – February 2017

Newsletter – January 2017

 

If you have a question for Helen Redd please complete the form below and Helen will answer your queries. Alternatively, you can contact her 0n Freephone 0800 317 066 for landlines or on 020 7407 7452 for mobiles.

 

Knight’s Walk

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Following an interviewing process, PPCR were selected by Knight’s Walk Resident Association to provide Independent Advice for all the residents affected by the proposed regeneration of Knight’s Walk.

To be successful, the regeneration has to be Council and the Community led – working in partnership. PPCR will work with the residents and Lambeth, to set up a Resident Engagement Panel. This Panel will formally engage with the Council as a Sounding Board for ideas.

PPCR are here to assist and support the residents to develop a ‘vision’ for the area and the Community, draw out information and examine proposals in depth. PPCR will provide you, the tenants and freeholders with support at groups and on 1 to 1 basis to help all the residents engage at a level that suits them.

The next stage is about to developing the Master Plan for the area. This will be the key document for looking at what happens next. PPCR will provide advice and support to the residents and assist them in fully exploring the options, as well as getting the answers to the key concerns and priorities of tenants and freeholders. So that the Knight’s Walk regeneration is a success – developing homes and a place to live which residents want.

You can contact PPCR, call us on 0207 407 7452 or our Freephone number 0800 317 066 (for landlines) and ask for Ron or Loraine, or by emailing them at info@ppcr.org.uk

Please read PPCR & Knights Walk – 1st Newsletter

  • To find out more please visit Knight’s Walk regeneration on the Lambeth Council website
  • There are also some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) which you might want to consult.

Central Hill Estate

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Following an interviewing process, PPCR were selected by the Residents Engagement Panel (REP) to provide Independent Advice for all the residents affected by the proposed regeneration of Central Hill.

The Residents Engagement Panel will formally engage with Lambeth Council as a Sounding Boar for ideas. PPCR are here to assist and support the residents to develop a ‘vision’ for the area and the Community, draw out information and examine proposals in depth.

PPCR will provide you, the tenants and residents with support at groups and on 1 to 1 basis to help all the residents engage at a level that suits them.

In the coming months PPCR will be holding local meetings with residents to help achieve a common ground with Lambeth Council so that the Central Hill regeneration is a success.

You can contact PPCR, call us on 0207 407 7452 or our Freephone number 0800 317 066 (for landlines) and ask for Ron or Abraham, or by emailing them at info@ppcr.org.uk

Please read PPCR & Central Hill – 1st Newsletter

  • To find out more please visit Central Hill regeneration on the Lambeth Council website
  • There are also some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) which you might want to consult.