We are asking residents of Central Hill, Cressingham Gardens, Fenwick Estate, Knight's Walk, South Lambeth Estate, and Westbury Estate to share their views
We know the housing crisis in Lambeth needs bold and decisive action and despite delivering hundreds of new council homes since 2017, the council must do better for our residents.
Last year’s Kerslake Review into accelerating affordable housing delivery made this clear – there is lots to do and improvements are needed in how we communicate with our residents and deliver estate renewal.
We must deliver better together.
That is why we have created a draft Estate Renewal Resident Engagement Framework setting out the new way the council will communicate and engage with residents on Lambeth’s estates earmarked for improvements. We know we haven’t communicated with you as well as we could have, and we want to do better.
This plan sets out our commitment to you – being transparent, honest and open, working in partnership with our residents to agree the future of your estates.
This Framework is the first step in fulfilling our promise to reset our relationship with residents. But to get this right we need your feedback. So please read the document, share and discuss it with your neighbours to help us improve and build upon it.
This consultation is for residents who live on the six estates the council is looking to renew.
How to respond
Visit the Commonplace consultation pages to find out more and share your views