Havering Council has successfully gained Housing Zone status for the Waterloo Estate, together with a number of other locations in central Romford.
Housing Zone status was achieved by the Council working hard with the Greater London Authority (GLA) to secure funding for the estate.
This is fantastic news as it means the Council can access this funding to help build much needed new homes.
This is an opportunity to create a wider vision of how the whole estate could be transformed, as well as being able to provide additional homes.
Got a question about the redevelopment?If you have a question about this development please email John Bloss or Julieann Brewster, Housing Services Community Engagement Team.
Resident’s Group formed
Around 20 residents from across the Waterloo Estate attended a meeting to launch the Residents’ Group.
The Residents’ Group will meet when there are items for discussion.
If you have anything you wish to have raised at the meeting please send details to Julieann Brewster.
Questions and Submissions from Residents’ Group Vice Chair, Brian Moore.
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Waterloo Estate Residents Meeting Brian Moore Questions and responses 231116
Local Lettings Plan
A Local Lettings Plan for this regeneration site is being prepared and will give details of the offers the Council will make as well as the help and advice it will provide to tenants, leaseholders and freeholders.
It should be available here later this month. We apologise for the delay in publishing this document.
Community Engagement Officers will be available to answer questions, update Decant Assessment Forms or provide general advice from the mobile advice unit at the rear of the former CCTV office in Waterloo Gardens, Romford. To find out more view our events page:
Tuesday 6 March 2018 6pm to 8pm at The Salvation Army, High Street, Romford, RM1 1JJ.
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