How to help rough sleepers in the cold weather

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Site plans and timetables

Throughout 2018 designs and plans for each site will be prepared for consultation and eventual approval leading to submission of planning applications.

Work is due to start on the first sites in Autumn 2019.

Demolition, including the Queen Street sheltered housing scheme and rebuild of mixed tenure housing.

Total New Homes:1300*

Current number of homes:275

Start on site Autumn 2019

Demolition and rebuild of general needs housing.

Total New Homes:200*

Current number of homes:97

Start on site Autumn 2019

Demolition and building of older persons' village including extra care and dementia care sheltered housing.

Total New Homes:200*

Current number of homes:55

Start on site Autumn 2019

Demolition, including the sheltered housing scheme and rebuild of general needs housing.

Total New Homes:200*

Current number of homes:111

Start on site TBC

Demolition and rebuild of general needs housing.

Total New Homes:300*

Current number of homes:86

Start on site TBC

Development of general needs housing

Total New Homes:400*

Current number of homes:63

Start on site TBC

Following consultation with local residents, plans for the regeneration of Farnham, Hilldene and Chippenham Road estates, Harold Hill, have been reviewed.

Residents have fed back to the Council through the regular sessions held that the current provision is not desirable and needs a substantive intervention.

The community hub is vitally important to the Council and the proposals are about delivering much needed better quality housing, an improved commercial offering and building on the strong sense of community.

Through the consultation processes with the Council, it was agreed that wholesale regeneration is the best option to improve and invigorate the area.

The Council is committed to retaining and enhancing commercial and retail space, we understand Harold Hill shops play an essential role in the community.

To facilitate this, a phased approach will be adopted to ensure local residents and businesses can remain in the area.

As well as increasing the number of affordable homes and improving spaces for businesses, the proposals will also mean better public areas, with cleaner and greener streets, and improved parking provision, which will benefit the whole community.

The Council is arranging further public consultation with the affected residents and businesses to discuss the next steps.

The Council will also be talking to residents and businesses on a one-to-one basis to maintain dialogue and ensure the details of the proposals are known.

Demolition and building of older persons' village including extra care and dementia care sheltered housing.

Total New Homes:150*

Current number of homes:79

Start on site TBC

Demolition and building of extra care and dementia care sheltered housing.

Total New Homes:50*

Current number of homes:47

Start on site TBC

Demolition and provision of flats for people over the age of 50 years.

Total New Homes:40*

Current number of homes:29

Start on site TBC

Demolition and rebuild of general needs housing.

Total New Homes:30*

Current number of homes:14

Start on site TBC

*Number of New Homes figures are indicative only

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