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198-202a Albany Rd

198-202a Albany Rd
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
02075250767
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Phase of regeneration:
Phase 4
Info:

This building is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

140 Albany Rd

140 Albany Rd
Title:
140 Albany Rd
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
0207 5250767
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Phase of regeneration:
2
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Tykes Corner

Title:
Tykes Corner
Block Phase:
Plot 18
Info:
This service is no longer open. This whole site is now been redeveloped to make way for a new library, doctors surgery and over 50s Housing.

140 Albany Road

140 Albany Road
Phase of regeneration:
2

Albany Place

Albany Place
Title:
Block title
Block Phase:
Block phase
Number of properties:
261
Neighbourhood officer:
This is an L&Q property
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
First Development Site
Proposed date of demolition:
This building has now been completed
Info:
http://www.albany-place.co.uk/

Bradenham

Bradenham
Title:
Bradenham 42-256
Block Phase:
Phase 1
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
josephine.marr@southwark.gov.uk
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
First development site
Proposed date of demolition:
2015
Info:
This block is the current active phase of the Aylesbury regeneration. If you are still living in this block and need rehousing support, it is vital that you speak to Southwark Council about your rehousing options. 020 7525 5774

Brockley House

Title:
Brockley House
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
14
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
02075252620
Email:
levi.burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow Lodge T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Info:
This block is in Phase 2 of the regeneration of the Aylesbury estate, residents in this phase of the regeneration should speak to the Aylesbury Area Housing office to ensure that they are registered for rehousing.

Creation Trust

Creation Trust
Title:
Creation Trust
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Telephone:
02077038923
Email:
info@creationtrust.org
Phase of regeneration:
2, Plot 18
Info:
Please note we are no longer based on this office. Our new address is The Cabin, 1 Beaconsfield Road, SE17 2EN.

Calverton 1-31

Calverton 1-31
Title:
Calverton 1-31
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
02075250767
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA – represents residents living on Calverton, Danesfield, Emberton, Foxcote, Latimer, Taplow, Padbury, Ravenstone and Winslow. They meet in Thurlow Lodge Tenants' and Residents Hall on the first Thursday of every month. The Chair of the Association is Linda Edwards contact her to find out more information linda_edwards2009@hotmail.co.uk

Chadwell House

Chadwell House
Title:
Chadwell House
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
8
Neighbourhood officer:
Hema Vashi
Telephone:
020 7525 2643
Email:
hema.vashi@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
Phase 4

Chartridge 1-68

Chartridge 1-68
Title:
Chartridge 1-68
Block Phase:
Phase 1
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Josephine.Marr@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
BACC84
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
First Development Site
Proposed date of demolition:
2015
Info:
This block is the current active phase of the Aylesbury regeneration. If you are still living in this block and need rehousing support, it is vital that you speak to Southwark Council about your rehousing options. 020 7525 5774

Chartridge 69 - 76

Chartridge 69 - 76
Title:
Chartridge 69 - 76
Block Phase:
Phase 1
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
josephine.marr@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
BACC84
Phase of regeneration:
First Development Site
Proposed date of demolition:
2015
Info:
This block is the current active phase of the Aylesbury regeneration. If you are still living in this block and need rehousing support, it is vital that you speak to Southwark Council about your rehousing options. 020 7525 5774

Chartridge 77-105

Chartridge 77-105
Title:
Chartridge 77-105
Block Phase:
Phase 1
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Josephine.Marr@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
BACC84
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
First Development Site
Proposed date of demolition:
2015
Info:
This block is the current active phase of the Aylesbury regeneration. If you are still living in this block and need rehousing support, it is vital that you speak to Southwark Council about your rehousing options. 020 7525 5774

Chartridge 106 - 119

Chartridge 106 - 119
Title:
Chartridge 106 - 119
Block Phase:
Phase 1
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
josephine.marr@southwark.gov.uk
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
First Development Site
Proposed date of demolition:
2015
Info:
This block is the current active phase of the Aylesbury regeneration. If you are still living in this block and need rehousing support, it is vital that you speak to Southwark Council about your rehousing options. 020 7525 5774

Chartridge 120 - 149

Chartridge 120 - 149
Title:
Chartridge 120 - 149
Block Phase:
Phase 1
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
josephine.marr@southwark.gov.uk
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
First Development Site
Proposed date of demolition:
2015

Chiltern House 1-172

Chiltern House 1-172
Title:
Chiltern House 1-172
Block Phase:
Phase 1
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Josephine.Marr@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
BACC84
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
First Development Site
Proposed date of demolition:
2015
Info:
This block is the current active phase of the Aylesbury regeneration. If you are still living in this block and need rehousing support, it is vital that you speak to Southwark Council about your rehousing options. 020 7525 5774

Danesfield

Danesfield
Title:
Danesfield 1-31
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
02075250767
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
ThurlowT&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
Phase 4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA – represents residents living on Calverton, Danesfield, Emberton, Foxcote, Latimer, Taplow, Padbury, Ravenstone and Winslow. They meet in Thurlow Lodge Tenants' and Residents Hall on the first Thursday of every month. The Chair of the Association is Linda Edwards contact her to find out more information linda_edwards2009@hotmail.co.uk

Darvell House

Darvell House
Title:
Darvell House
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
8
Neighbourhood officer:
Hema Vashi
Email:
hema.vashi@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Farday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
Phase 4

184 A-F East Street

Title:
184 A-F East Street
Block Phase:
Phase 3
Neighbourhood officer:
Hema Vashi
Telephone:
02075252557
Email:
Hema.Vashi@SOUTHWARK.GOV.UK
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association
Phase of regeneration:
3
Proposed date of demolition:
TBC
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

218 A-F East Street

Title:
218 A-F East Street
Block Phase:
Phase 3
Phase of regeneration:
3

Winslow

Winslow
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
02075252620
Email:
levi.burke@southwark.go.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow Lodge T&RA
Phase of regeneration:
2
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Emberton

Emberton
Title:
Emberton 1-35
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Levi.Burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
ThurlowT&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA meets on the first Thursday of the month 7-9pm at Thurlow Community Hall.

Foxcote 1-30

Foxcote 1-30
Title:
Foxcote 1-30
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
02075252620
Email:
levi.burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is the next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Gaitskell House 19-42

Title:
Gaitskell House 19-42
Number of properties:
5
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:

Gaitskell House is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

Gaitskell House 43-66

Title:
Gaitskell House 43-66
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Andrew Ashaye
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
andrew.ashaye@southwark.gov.uk
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:

Gaitskell House is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

Gaitskell House 1-18

Gaitskell House 1-18
Title:
Gaitskell House 1-18
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Andrew Ashaye
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
andrew.ashaye@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2a
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:

Gaitskell House is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

Gayhurst 1 - 61

Gayhurst 1 - 61
Title:
Gayhurst 1 - 61
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
02075251021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:

Gayhurst is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

Gayhurst 62-79

Title:
Gayhurst 62-79
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207525 1021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:

Gayhurst is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

Gayhurst 80-144

Gayhurst 80-144
Title:
Gayhurst 80-144
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
020 7525 1021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
Phase 4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:

Gayhurst is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

Gayhurst 145-162

Title:
Gayhurst 145-162
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
02075251021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:

Gayhurst is part of the Aylesbury Tenants and Residents Association. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

For details of how the regeneration of the area will affect you look at http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration/phasing

Hambledon 1-20

Title:
Hambledon 1-20
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
02075250767
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Inville Road 51 - 67

Title:
Inville Road 51 - 67
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
12

Latimer 1-61

Latimer 1-61
Title:
Latimer 1-61
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
0207 5250767
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Thurlow T&RA – represents residents living on Calverton, Danesfield, Emberton, Foxcote, Latimer, Taplow, Padbury, Ravenstone and Winslow. They meet in Thurlow Lodge Tenants' and Residents Hall on the first Thursday of every month. The Chair of the Association is Linda Edwards contact her to find out more information linda_edwards2009@hotmail.co.uk

Latimer 1-61

Latimer 1-61
Title:
Latimer 1-61
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
ThurlowT&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3a
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA meets on the first Thursday of the month 7-9pm at Thurlow Community Hall.

Latimer 1-61

Latimer 1-61
Title:
Latimer 1-61
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Email:
Tunde.makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Thurlow T&RA – represents residents living on Calverton, Danesfield, Emberton, Foxcote, Latimer, Taplow, Padbury, Ravenstone and Winslow. They meet in Thurlow Lodge Tenants' and Residents Hall on the first Thursday of every month. The Chair of the Association is Linda Edwards contact her to find out more information linda_edwards2009@hotmail.co.uk

Latimer 1-61

Latimer 1-61
Title:
Latimer 1-61
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
02075250767
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Thurlow T&RA – represents residents living on Calverton, Danesfield, Emberton, Foxcote, Latimer, Taplow, Padbury, Ravenstone and Winslow. They meet in Thurlow Lodge Tenants' and Residents Hall on the first Thursday of every month. The Chair of the Association is Linda Edwards contact her to find out more information linda_edwards2009@hotmail.co.uk

Latimer 62-85

Latimer 62-85
Title:
Latimer 62-85
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA meets on the first Thursday of the month 7-9pm at Thurlow Community Hall.

Latimer 86 - 113

Latimer 86 - 113
Title:
Latimer 86 - 113
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
ThurlowT&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3a
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA meets on the first Thursday of the month 7-9pm at Thurlow Community Hall.

Latimer 114-141

Latimer 114-141
Title:
Latimer 114-141
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
ThurlowT&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3a
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA meets on the first Thursday of the month 7-9pm at Thurlow Community Hall.

Lees House

Lees House
Title:
Lees House
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
12
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
ThurlowT&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Proposed date of demolition:
To be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA meets on the first Thursday of the month 7-9pm at Thurlow Community Hall.

Michael Faraday Primary School

Michael Faraday Primary School
Title:
Michael Faraday Primary School
Telephone:
020 7703 5806
Email:
http://michaelfaradayschool.co.uk/contact/
Info:
Michael Faraday is a mixed primary school with over 350 pupils, ranging from 3-11 years. The school is named after the famous chemist and physicist. Michael Faraday had links to the local area, being born in Newington Butts. It was built as part of the Schools for the Future Programme and with investment from the Aylesbury NDC. For more information about the school visit www.michaelfaradayschool.co.uk

Michael Faraday House 1 - 36

Michael Faraday House     1 - 36
Title:
Michael Faraday House 1 - 36
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
36
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 5251021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Michael Faraday House 37 - 56

Michael Faraday House   37 - 56
Title:
Michael Faraday House 37 - 56
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
19
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 525 1021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Michael Faraday House 57 - 76

Michael Faraday House 57 - 76
Title:
Michael Faraday House 57 - 76
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 525 1021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Michael Faraday House 77 - 105

Michael Faraday House 77 - 105
Title:
Michael Faraday House 77 - 105
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207525 1021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Missenden 1 - 43

Missenden 1 - 43
Title:
Missenden 1 - 43
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
43
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacquline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 525 2600
Email:
Jacquline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Missenden 44 - 75

Missenden 44 - 75
Title:
Missenden 44 - 75
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
30
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacquline Beecham
Email:
Jacquline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Missenden 76 - 165

Missenden 76 - 165
Title:
Missenden 76 - 165
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
89
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 525 1021
Email:
Jacqueline.beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Missenden 166 - 225

Missenden 166 - 225
Title:
Missenden 166 - 225
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
59
Neighbourhood officer:
Jaqueline Beecham
Email:
Jaqueline.Beecham@southwark.go.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4

Missenden 256 - 299

Missenden 256 - 299
Title:
Missenden 256 - 299
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Number of properties:
43
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 525 1021
Email:
Jacqueline.Beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
4
Proposed date of demolition:
tbc
Info:
Aylesbury Tenants and Residents –residents in Gayhurst, Hambledon, Gaitskill, Missenden, Northchurch, Michael Faraday, Soane, Lees, Darville and Inville Rd. The Chair of the T&RA is Jean Bartlett MBE, Jean is also the manager of the Tykes Parent and Toddler Group. You can contact Jean at jean.bartlett@virgin.net The Aylesbury Group meet every second Monday, at the Community Garden on Missenden from 7pm -9pm.

Missenden 300 - 313

Missenden 300 - 313
Title:
Missenden 300 - 313
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
13
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
020 7525 1021
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Phase of regeneration:
2
Info:
This block is the current active phase of the Aylesbury regeneration. If you are still living in this block and need rehousing support, it is vital that you speak to Southwark Council about your rehousing options. 020 7525 5774

Northchurch 1- 20

Northchurch 1- 20
Title:
Northchurch 1- 20
Block Phase:
Phase 3
Number of properties:
20
Neighbourhood officer:
Hema Vashi
Email:
hema.vashi@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3

Northchurch 21 - 40

Northchurch 21 - 40
Title:
Northchurch 21 - 40
Block Phase:
Phase 3
Number of properties:
19
Neighbourhood officer:
Hema Vashi
Email:
hema.vashi@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3

Northchurch 41 - 56

Northchurch 41 - 56
Title:
Northchurch 41 - 56
Block Phase:
Phase 3
Number of properties:
15
Neighbourhood officer:
Hema Vashi
Email:
hema.vashi@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3

Northchurch 59 - 76

Northchurch 59 - 76
Title:
Northchurch 59 - 76
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
15
Neighbourhood officer:
Hemi Vashi
Email:
hema.vashi@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Aylesbury T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
3
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Padbury 1-25

Padbury 1-25
Title:
Padbury 1-25
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Email:
levi.burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is the next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Ravenstone 1-81

Ravenstone 1-81
Title:
Ravenstone 1-81
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Email:
Levi.Burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is the next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Taplow

Taplow
Title:
Taplow
Block Phase:
Phase 3
Neighbourhood officer:
Hema Vashi
Email:
hema.vashi@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday
Phase of regeneration:
3

Wendover 1 - 36

Wendover 1 - 36
Title:
Wendover 1 - 36
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
140
Neighbourhood officer:
Sharon Kennedy
Telephone:
02075251018
Email:
sharon.kennedy@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Wendover
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Info:
This block is in Phase 2 of the regeneration of the Aylesbury estate, residents in this phase of the regeneration should speak to the Aylesbury Area Housing office to ensure that they are registered for rehousing.

Wendover 37 - 240

Wendover 37 - 240
Title:
Wendover 37 - 240
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
240
Neighbourhood officer:
Sharon Kennedy
Telephone:
02075251018
Email:
sharon.kennedy@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Wendover
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Info:
This block is in Phase 2 of the regeneration of the Aylesbury estate, residents in this phase of the regeneration should speak to the Aylesbury Area Housing office to ensure that they are registered for rehousing.

Wendover 241 - 471

Wendover 241 - 471
Title:
Wendover 241 - 471
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Sharon Kennedy
Telephone:
02075251018
Email:
sharon.kennedy@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Wendover TRA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is in and active phase
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Winslow

Winslow
Title:
Winslow
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Josephine Marr
Email:
Josephine.Marr@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is the next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Site 7

Site 7
Title:
Site 7
Number of properties:
148
Neighbourhood officer:
L&Q are developing this site
Email:
www.albany-place.co.uk
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This site has now been demolished
Planned major works:
due for completion in 2016
Info:
Formally the site of 1-59 Wolverton, this site has now been demolished and London and Quadrant (L&Q) are starting construction to build a new development that will be called Harvard Gardens. This new scheme will include 148 new residential homes (48 will be available at social rent and 27 will be shared ownership with some units available for Aylesbury leaseholders on specially arranged terms), plus roads, parking and courtyard landscaping. The development is due for completion in 2016.

Wolverton 60 - 82

Wolverton 60 - 82
Title:
Wolverton 60 - 82
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
22
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
020 7525 7076
Email:
levi.burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
To be confirmed
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Wolverton 85 - 104

Wolverton 85 - 104
Title:
Wolverton 85 - 104
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
19
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
020 7525 7076
Email:
levi.burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Wolverton 105 - 125

Title:
Wolverton 105 - 125
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
020 7525 7076
Email:
Levi.Burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Proposed date of demolition:
To be confirmed

Wolverton 126-151

Wolverton 126-151
Title:
Wolverton 126-151
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Number of properties:
22
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
020 7525 7076
Email:
levi.burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow Lodge
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

BMX Track

BMX Track
Title:
BMX Track
Info:

This national standard BMX race track opened in 2013. The track is located in Burgess Park at the junction of Albany Road and Wells Way. They offer a variety of programmes to suit all riders of all ages and abilities. It is also home to Peckham BMX, who are one of the most well known clubs in the country. They train there on Thursdays and Saturday. For more information about the Peckham club visit http://www.peckhambmx.co.uk/

To make a booking for any other session including novice coaching and group bookings please call the council’s sports bookings team via email or tel: 0207 708 5464

Markham Street

Title:
Markham Street
Number of properties:
6
Info:

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org/

John Markham was the Rector of St Peter’s Walworth between 1937 - 1943. He was initially cynical about Walworth’s population and was strongly against the war but, as he says, “… we just had to get on with it”. During the war his feelings towards Walworth’s residents was changed by their displays of resilience and dignity. The crypt at St Peter’s was used a shelter for local people. At the end of the war John Markham received the British Empire award for his efforts.

Markham Street

Title:
Markham Street
Number of properties:
5
Info:

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org/ John Markham was the Rector of St Peter’s Walworth between 1937 - 1943. He was initially cynical about Walworth’s population and was strongly against the war but, as he says, “… we just had to get on with it”. During the war his feelings towards Walworth’s residents was changed by their displays of resilience and dignity. The crypt at St Peter’s was used a shelter for local people. At the end of the war John Markham received the British Empire award for his efforts.

Kieb's Way

Title:
Kieb's Way
Number of properties:
5
Info:

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

Keib Thomas worked for many years to combat gang murders, counter-terrorism and on difficulties facing newly arrived communities. Although he was an atheist, he was convinced that the solution to these problems was to work with faith groups.

He was born and raised in Wales, but moved to London to work for seven years on the soup run for the homeless charity St Mungo, followed by a community work jobs spanning 27 years in Southwark.

He went to India once every year, to work on international development projects each December. He ashes were spread over the Himalayas.

Kiebs Way

Title:
Kiebs Way
Number of properties:
4
Info:
These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org/

Keib Thomas worked for many years to combat gang murders, counter-terrorism and on difficulties facing newly arrived communities. Although he was an atheist, he was convinced that the solution to these problems was to work with faith groups. He was born and raised in Wales, but moved to London to work for seven years on the soup run for the homeless charity St Mungo, followed by a community work jobs spanning 27 years in Southwark. He went to India once every year, to work on international development projects each December. He ashes were spread over the Himalayas.

Honeyghan Court

Title:
Honeygan Court
Number of properties:
20
Info:

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org/

Lloyd Honeyghan was a Jamican born British boxer. He was WBC/WBA & IBF welterweight champion from 1986 to 1987 and WBC welterweight champion from 1988 to 1989.

He stunned the boxing fraternity when he beat Donald Curry in September 1986, before the fight Curry dismissed him – asking “Who is this ragamuffin?”. Honeyghan adopted the title “Ragamuffin Man” with relish. He disagreed with the WBA’s rules that allowed fights to take place in apartheid South Africa, he publicly dumped the WBA Welterweight belt into a London bin, relinquishing the title rather than defending it against South African Harold Volbrecht. This move proved significant, as soon after, the WBA stopped sanctioning fights held in South Africa.

1-34 Harry Cole Court

1-34 Harry Cole Court
Title:
Harry Cole Court
Neighbourhood officer:
This buildings are L&Q properities.
Telephone:
0333 003 3640
Info:
These buildings are part of L&Qs Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable). The name of this building came fom a Heritage Project organised by Creation Trust called Put it on the Map http://www.putitonthemap.org/ Harry Cole was born in Bermondsey and left school during the war when he was 14. Harry became a cricket-bat maker, soldier, stone mason and eventually, in 1952, a policeman. For thirty years he served in Walworth at Carter Street station. He had SO many stories to tell that he eventually published 11 books about his time as copper in Walworth. In 1978 Harry was awarded the British Empire Medal for voluntary work. Harry Cole was an old fashioned Bobby who loved to serve the people of SE17.

Monololu Court

Monololu Court
Title:
1-16 Monololu Court
Info:
These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org/

Prince Ras Monolulu – was born Peter Carl Mackay in 1881 on the Island of St Croix in the Virgin Islands, West Indies. He was something of an institution in the Horse racing scene from 1920 until he died in 1965. He was often seen down East St market selling his racing tips to the people of Walworth. His family were horse breeders and racers. He was also the first black face on the BBC back in 1936 on the very first day of British television broadcasting.

Severin Court

Severin Court
Title:
1-15 Severin Court
Info:

These buildings are part of L&Q's Havard Gardens development, on the corner of East Street and Thurlow Street. They will be completed by 2016. The development 147 new homes (50% affordable).

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org/

Anthony Severin MBE was part of the Windrush generation. Many people came from the Caribbean to work in London after the war. They mainly worked as cleaners, factory workers and performed all kinds of manual labour.

Anthony came from Trinidad and worked with pride at his job of a London bus conductor on the number 12. People would let buses go past just to wait for his bus as they loved travelling with him.He was considered so helpful and good at his job that he was awarded the people’s choice MBE in 1994. He went to Buckingham palace on his double decker to collect the award.

First Development Site

Title:
First Development Site
Info:

This site is now almost empty and the remaining leaseholders are currently going through a CPO process.

The first development site includes all the Bradenham, Arklow, Chartridge and Chiltern blocks between Bradenham Close and Portland Street. Demolition of the existing blocks is programmed to start in the summer of 2016 and a total of 830 new homes will be built over the next six years.

It is a mixture of private and affordable housing. To find out more about the plans for this area visit http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration.

The Giraffe House

The Giraffe House
Title:
The Giraffe House
Telephone:
07792377472
Tenant and resident association:
285 Albany Road, London, SE5 0AH
Info:
The adventure playground in Burgess Park has new management and a new name – The Giraffe House! Creation Trust have been working with the Sports Clubs based in Burgess Park for a number of years and when we heard that the building had some spare offices we worked with the council to take the space on. Creation will keep the centre open for the local community and offer programmes for local residents. The Giraffe House is now open not just for children, but their families too. Upstairs there will be courses for adults, including ESOL and employment programmes, so children can play, while adults learn. There is also desk space available for charities and local organisation. Desks are for hire for local organisations on application and include, superfast WIFI and use of office equipment. It will be a great place to meet other local organisations and build new partnerships. Southwark Tigers, the Camberwell Festival and Peckham BMX are already starting to use the space. If you are interested in hiring the space or renting a desk contact Ale on 07792377472 or email ale@creationtrust.org

Plot 18

Title:
Plot 18
Info:
This area is currently going through significant change. It covers Little Missenden, Tykes Corner, the old Creation Trust Blue Hut, 3 Cross church and Aylesbury MUGA. The site is currenly being prepared for demolition. On this site there will be a new GP’s, health centre, early years centre, library, some retail and 100 homes due for completion in 2019. For more information about this site and the plans for the area, visit http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration

Caretakers House

Title:
Caretakers House
Telephone:
0207 7038923
Email:
info@creationtrust.org
Info:

Creation manage this space, upstairs there is living space for estate based youth workers from XLP.

Downstairs there is a meeting space/training room for external organisations to use. There is capacity for 20 people. If you are interested in using this space, email info@creationtrust.org with the date and time of your meeting.

Rates are below

AM sessions – 9.00am – 12.30pm - £50

PM sessions – 12.30pm-5.00pm - £50

ALL DAY SESSION 9-5pm - £80

EVE sessions - 5pm-9pm - £50

ALL DAY AND EVENING 9am-9pm - £120

Construction Youth Trust

Construction Youth Trust
Title:
Construction Youth Trust
Telephone:
07956 106 387( Thurlow Street office number)
020 7467 9540
Email:
cyt@cytrust.org.uk
Info:
The Trust has opened up our first pop-up training facility. The centre is a disused office space on the Aylesbury Estate in Southwark which was donated to the Trust by Southwark Council and is supported by Southwark Works. The Trust runs courses from the site where young people can learn skills in carpentry, plumbing, painting and decorating, plastering and tiling. These newly learnt skills can be practised on the building itself and participants can plaster, paint and wallpaper walls. The refurbishment of the space is an ongoing project with participants from each course working on the training rooms. At the end of the course trainees have something tangible to show for their efforts which future trainees will also benefit from. The space is large enough to contain 2 learning areas including a kitchen, study rooms and break out area. We can provide 5 or 10 week part-time courses from the centre where participants gain Entry Level 3, 2 or 1 qualifications and get support to take their health and safety CSCS test. Trainees will also have the opportunity to work on their CVs and enhance their employability skills with Trust staff. The Trust welcomes financial support for the site as well as donations of construction materials. Please contact George Dunstall on george.dunstall@cytrust.org.uk or call 0207 467 9540 to find out more about the training centre or how you can get involved.

Southwark Resource Center

Southwark Resource Center
Title:
Southwark Resource Center
Telephone:
020 7525 5219
Info:

The Southwark Resource Centre (SRC) is designed to provide specialist support for people with complex needs, whilst offering more choices to help less disabled service users and older people live as active citizens in their community.The aim is to relocate day services to modern venues that are fit for purpose and integrated into the community.

A range of activities and social groups are available at the SRC. Many of these are led and organised by disabled adults, both in the SRC building and out in the community.They include returning to education, finding employment opportunities, improving confidence and developing skills to discover and enjoy new hobbies and interests.

The independent living team is based at the SRC. This team supports adults, with physical disabilities, sensory impairment and mild learning disabilities, to plan and carry out creative living plans. These plans help people organise what support and activities would help them achieve a set of goals aimed at staying safe and independent.

SE17Working Programme Centre

SE17Working Programme Centre
Title:
SE17Working Programme Centre
Telephone:
02077011352
02077038923 ( Creation Trust main office number)
Proposed date of demolition:
http://www.se17working.co.uk/
Info:
SE17Working © is a partnership formed to help Aylesbury Estate residents find employment by removing any barriers that are keeping you from finding work and linking you to employers . The scheme is funded by London & Quadrant Housing, Southwark Council and Creation Trust who also make up the Board which manages the Partnership. We can help you with: Finding a job Job searches on the internet Updating a CV Interview practice Access to ESOL courses Building confidence and motivation Employer participation Signposting to training courses including SIA and free CSCS training Information and Guidance on post employment Benefits Meeting employers We are currently registering residents that need a helping hand to find work so If you are interested in finding employment, or need assistance with any of the areas in the list above, please contact Patrischia on 0207 703 8923 or email her via our Contact Page(http://www.se17working.co.uk/contact/) . SE17Working Partnership Members: Creation Trust; L&Q Housing: Notting Hill Housing: Southwark Council

Burgess Park

Burgess Park
Title:
Burgess Park
Telephone:
020 7525 2000
020 7708 5464 (Pitch bookings by Quadron Services Limited)
Email:
parks@southwark.gov.uk
Info:
At 56 hectares, Burgess Park is Southwark's largest park stretching from Camberwell and Walworth in the west to Peckham and the Old Kent Road in the east. Burgess Park is unique in that it is a young park, developed as a result of the Abecrombie Plan for open spaces in 1943. The area was home to factories, densely populated streets and the Surrey Canal but badly bombed during World War II. The park was built between the 1950s and 1980s, named after Councillor Jessie Burgess, Camberwell's first woman Mayor in 1973. In 2012 Burgess Park re-opened after an £8m transformation, establishing it as a park central to the local community and recognised more widely for its heritage, sports facilities, lake, wildlife, design and horticultural excellence and even barbecues. Please view our handy Love Burgess Park flyer - packed full of useful information including our BBQ areas, holding an event, our amenities and a wide range of high quality sports facilities. Cafe: The Park Life Cafe is located in the centre of the park outside Chumleigh Gardens. Toilets: Entrance to Chumleigh Gardens buildings, Tennis Centre at Addington Square near Camberwell Road, Burgess Park Community Sports Centre on Cobourg Road and at the BMX track near Wells/Albany Way. Barbeques: There are two designated areas for barbecues round by the lake. You can use one of the purpose built barbecues that just need charcoal or bring a disposable one for use on the concrete plinths. Play areas:The Adventure Playground for 8-16s is on Albany Road near Wells Way. The under fives playground situated in front of the cafe at Chumleigh Gardens next to the over fives playground with new climbing equipment and banked hills for cycling and rolling down. Car Park: The car park has spaces for 25 cars. Parking is free for up to four hours. Lake: Located in the corner of the park near Old Kent Road and Albany Road. Day membership for fishing available. Chumleigh Gardens: The world gardens are designed to reflect traditional English, Islamic, Mediterranean, Oriental and Caribbean planting. There are also raised beds for community gardeners and school groups to grow their own plants. The gardens are free to visit and all are welcomed, but please keep dogs on a lead. Glengall Wharf Garden - The Burgess Park food growing project meet every Sunday from 1pm-3pm. Conference centre: There are conference facilities in the Grade II listed building for hire at Chumleigh Gardens managed by 1st Place. Sports facilities Sports centre: Located in Cobourg Road - free indoor gym and a range of sports available including community football, rugby and cricket for children and adults. Grass pitches and astroturf can be hired by teams and school groups. Cricket pitch: Pitches can be booked - see the booking page for more information. Football pitch: Pitches can be booked - see the booking page for details. Tennis courts: Located at the Camberwell Road entrance to the park. Open everyday from 12pm to 9pm except public holidays - call 020 7703 4275. Fishing: Fishing permits and day tickets are available from the anglers club office in the park - call 07957 006705. Fees and charges are available on the downloads page. Running: Follow the 5km route around the park by using the butterfly symbols painted on the pathway and the recycled iron markers. Register with parkrun for weekly time trialled runs. BMX Track: 400-metre BMX National Standard track is open daily except Mondays until 9pm. All welcome from novices to experienced riders subject to an initial induction. Park entrances: Albany Road, Old Kent Road, Chumleigh Street, Wells Way. Car park: Albany Road. Bike park: Chumleigh Gardens off Albany Road. Tube: Elephant and Castle (Northern or Bakerloo line). Buses: 53, 63, 78,168, 172, 363, 453 Old Kent Road entrance 12, 35, 40, 45, 68, 468 Camberwell Road entrance 42, 343 Albany Road entrance

Notting Hill Housing Aylesbury Office

Notting Hill Housing Aylesbury Office
Title:
Notting Hill Housing Aylesbury Office
Telephone:
020 3815 0144
Email:
aylesbury@nhhg.org.uk
Info:

Notting Hill Housing and Southwark Council are working in partnership on the regeneration of the Aylesbury Estate.

Together we are committed to delivering a masterplan for 3,500 new homes, 50% of which will be affordable. 75% of the affordable homes will be for target rent and 25% for shared ownership or equity. At least 30% of the homes across all tenures will have three bedrooms or more.

To read more about Notting Hill Housing and the plans for the area visit http://www.aylesburynow.london/

Totters Court Flat 1-18

Totters Court Flat 1-18
Title:
Totters Court Flat 1-18
Neighbourhood officer:
Melanie Banton
Telephone:
0800 015 6536
Info:

These properties are managed by the Housing Association L&Q. They were one of the first residential properties developed as part of the regeneration of the Aylesbury estate.

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org .

Totters were rag and bone men, the original recyclers. These men and their horses would travel all over London, looking for old rags, furniture and stuff that people had thrown away. They would then sell it onto other people.

A lot of the old clothing would be sold on Westmoreland Road Market on a Sunday. There would be hundreds of people there every week. At a time when people didn’t have much at all, totters provided the opportunity for people to get the things they needed for themselves and their families.

Artist Studio Company

Artist Studio Company
Title:
Artist Studio Company
Telephone:
(0)20 7274 7474
Info:

Founded in 1995, ASC is a registered charity that exists to support visual and performing artists, educate the public in the arts and promote the arts.

They are the leading provider of affordable studio space to visual artists and currently provide workspace to over 850 practitioners across 10 sites.

They offer ‘affordable’ office space to charitable and not for profit arts organisations.

They run an educational program and support good cause cultural activities through our participation in their delivery.

They also run a public gallery, ‘The ASC Gallery’ which is free to visit and open every day of the week.

University Academy of Engineering South Bank

University Academy of Engineering South Bank
Title:
University Academy of Engineering South Bank
Telephone:
020 7277 3000
Email:
info@uaesouthbank.org.uk
Info:
Welcome to the University Academy of Engineering South Bank. Sponsored by London South Bank University, the Academy will have the STEM subjects Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths as the focus of the curriculum. STEM skills are increasingly sought after. Our curriculum will prepare our students for further education or careers in the rapidly changing world. Today almost every organisation relies on an employee with STEM experience. Our university partnership will ensure that our unique education is employability focused and creates confidence amongst all our students. We are extremely proud to be the first University-sponsored Academy in the area.

2 Hitard Court Flat 4-23

2 Hitard Court Flat 4-23
Title:
2 Hitard Court Flat 4-23
Neighbourhood officer:
Melanie Banton
Telephone:
0800 015 6536
Info:

These properties are managed by the Housing Association L&Q. They were one of the first residential properties developed as part of the regeneration of the Aylesbury estate.

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org .

During the reign of the Anglo-Saxon King, Edmund, from 934 to 946, the area was given away as a gift to a court jester, named Hitard. The jester went on a pilgrimage to Rome and, it being a treacherous journey, he decided to bequeath his property while still alive. He made the lands of Walworth over to the monks of Canterbury Cathedral.

Aylesbury Area Housing Office

Aylesbury Area Housing Office
Title:
Aylesbury Area Housing Office
Telephone:
020-7525-5820
Info:
Southwark Council have a dedicated neighbourhood team to support Aylesbury tenants, based on the Aylesbury estate at the bottom of Taplow. If you need to speak to your housing officer, please call into the office, they can help you with bidding or registering for council housing.

Aylesbury Early Years Centre

Aylesbury Early Years Centre
Title:
Aylesbury Early Years Centre
Telephone:
020 7703 6440
Info:
AYLESBURY AYLESBURY EARLY YEARS CENTRE Contact: Kathy Eaton -Centre Manager Address: Dawes Street, London Postcode: SE17 2EB Telephone: 020 7703 6440 Fax Number: 020 7703 6440 Subject: DAY NURSERIES - EARLY YEARS CENTRE

Surrey Square Primary School

Surrey Square Primary School
Title:
Surrey Square Primary School
Telephone:
020 7703 3049
Email:
office@surreysquare.southwark.sch.uk
Info:
Surrey Square is a special place. Despite serving one of the most challenging communities in the country, we support the children to achieve well above national averages. This extraordinary success is made possible because of our fundamental commitment to, and understanding of, each child and their family. We have designed our curriculum, systems and approaches around the needs and interests of the children, and it is this essential principle which has underpinned all our successes. The school is a vibrant community, with over 26 languages spoken, nearly 90% of pupils from ethnic minority backgrounds, and pupils from diverse religious groups. The Aylesbury Estate, where the school is situated, faces a number of challenges, with a planned regeneration now under question. It is not an area where our pupils always feel safe, and, sadly, there are many challenges for them growing up in the area. We passionately believe that schools can and do make a difference to children’s lives and prospects. In fact, I believe that primary schools are the best ‘tool’ we have in society to support social mobility and opportunity, something which has surely never been more important than at the present time. We have found ways to radically influence the aspirations and achievements of our pupils, and “Surrey Square Pride” is tangible throughout the community! January 2011 saw the merging of Surrey Square Infant and Junior Schools, and a new chapter in our development. With our new dining ‘pavilion’, entrance and gates, we are looking smarter than ever. However, new challenges face us, as we strive to ensure that our physical environment for our youngest learners is brought up to a high standard, as well as pursuing our ambition of becoming a ‘hub’ of excellent practice to support other schools.

Roffo Court

Roffo Court
Title:
Roffo Court
Neighbourhood officer:
Melanie Banton
Telephone:
0800 015 6536
Info:

These properties are managed by the Housing Association L&Q. They were one of the first residential properties developed as part of the regeneration of the Aylesbury estate.

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org .

This building was named to remember the many families who came to Southwark over the years to make a living and bring the best of their homeland with them. There were many Italians in Southwark. Some were deported during the war as “undesirables” and lost their lives after the SS Arandorra Star was bombed by a German U-Boat.

One of these families was the Roffo Family. They opened Roffos ice cream stall at the end of East St market. They made the best vanilla and lemon ice cream. They served the people of Walworth for many years, never revealing the secret recipe for their wonderful ice cream.

1-50 Arments Court

1-50 Arments Court
Title:
1-50 Arments Court
Neighbourhood officer:
Melanie Banton
Telephone:
0800 015 6536
Info:

These properties are managed by the Housing Association L&Q. They were one of the first residential properties developed as part of the regeneration of the Aylesbury estate.

The name of this building came from a heritage project organised by the Creation Trust http://www.putitonthemap.org .

Arment’s first Eel & Pie house was started in 1914, the year of the Great War, by Mrs Emily Louise Arment and her husband William Peter Arment when they purchased an eel & pie house at 386 Walworth Road from the Evans family.

Together with Liz, Emily’s sister, they successfully ran Arment’s Eel & Pie House. As Emily’s and William’s children grew up, they too went into the family business. William died in 1931 and Emily continued to run the business until her death in 1945, when it was handed down to her son William, otherwise known as Bill. Despite rationing and staff shortages as men were sent to war, Emily and Bill managed to keep the shop open, improvising by selling soup.

Bill Arment, who married Rita Coats in 1957, owned and managed the shop for many years, later being assisted by his sister Glad and her husband Vic Waller. The business enjoyed great expansion in the 1960′s and two further shops were opened, both of which were in the Walworth Road area.

Glad and Vic managed the shop at 10 & 12 Westmoreland Road and saw the business relocated across the road to bigger premises at Nos. 7 & 9 in 1979. They continued to run the Eel & Pie House until the early 1980′s when they semi-retired, not fully retiring until 1996. Bill’s son Roy, who was already working in the family business, took over the day to day running in 1982, and when he married in 1983, his wife Cheryl joined him.

Roy and Cheryl now own and run the Eel and Pie House, upholding the Arment family’s reputation for producing traditional steak pies to original recipes handed down through generations, maintaining the highest quality at a very reasonable price.http://www.armentspieandmash.com/

Outdoor GYM

Outdoor GYM
Title:
Outdoor GYM
Info:
The outdoor gym is a gym built outside in a public park, with the all-weather construction of its exercise machines somewhat modeled on playground equipment.

CREATION TRUST OFFICE

CREATION TRUST OFFICE
Title:
CREATION TRUST OFFICE
Telephone:
0207 7038923
Email:
info@creationtrust.org
Info:
As of 4th April 2016, Creation Trust can now be found at The Cabin, 1 Beaconsfield Road, SE17 2EN.

Community Gardens

Community Gardens
Title:
Community Gardens
Email:
scs747@aol.com
Info:
A project of the Aylesbury T&RA with 42 raised beds for residents of the Aylesbury Estate to grow their own fruits and vegetables.

31-35 Soane House

31-35 Soane House
Title:
31-35 Soane House
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 525 2600
Email:
Jacqueline.beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
Phase 4
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed

1-31 Soane House

1-31 Soane House
Title:
1-31 Soane House
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Jacqueline Beecham
Telephone:
0207 525 2600
Email:
Jacqueline.beecham@southwark.gov.uk
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Proposed date of demolition:
to be confirmed

Latimer MUGA

Latimer MUGA
Title:
Latimer MUGA
Info:
A MUGA is a Multi Use Games Area, it is marked out for football and basketball. It is free for anyone to use and a good place for kids to play sports in a safe environment.

Inspire and St Peter's Church

Inspire and St Peter's  Church
Title:
Inspire and St Peter's Church
Telephone:
020 7740 6868
Info:

St Peter's Church is an Anglican parish church in Walworth, London. It was built between 1823–25 and was the first church designed by Sir John Soane, in the wave of the church-building following the Napoleonic wars. It is the best preserved of Soane's churches.

Underneath the church, is home to INSPIRE, a community centre, Inspire works to support and build the capacity of local residents and the wider community to overcome barriers and perceived barriers to success by providing a range of programmes and services for all members of the community. They run programmes such as IT for older people, arts and crafts and have rooms to hire. www.in-spire.org.uk

The Aylesbury Medical Centre

The Aylesbury Medical Centre
Title:
The Aylesbury Medical Centre
Telephone:
020 3302 3007
020 8693 9066
Info:
The Aylesbury Partnership provide the highest quality healthcare to patients in Southwark. Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our practice.

Hour Glass Pub/Hotel

Hour Glass Pub/Hotel
Title:
Hour Glass Pub/Hotel
Telephone:
020 7703 0113
Info:
Hour Glass is a basic, budget hotel, situated near Central London in multicultural area. Guests at this hotel get to enjoy the benefits of being located above a traditional quiet and cosy little pub with reasonably priced beverages. This atmospheric Victorian pub is a great place to soak up a real taste of traditional English life. You can relax with a drink and pizza or enjoy a game of cards, darts and domino, watch sports on the big screen or simply listen to the music.

2Inspire

2Inspire
Title:
2Inspire
Telephone:
020 7703 4309
or 07590 985 130
Email:
traceyfranklin@in-spire.org.uk
Info:
There's a whole range of activities for young people, happening right now at 2InSpire from Drama and Film to Media and Dance. And of course there is the youth club every Friday. For more information call 020 7703 4309 or 07590 985 130.

Thurlow Lodge Community Hall/ Divine Rescue

Thurlow Lodge Community Hall/ Divine Rescue
Title:
Thurlow Lodge Community Hall/ Divine Rescue
Telephone:
020 7703 1691
(0)20 3489 1765 ( Divine Rescue)
Info:
We are a volunteer-led humanitarian charity organization based in South London called Divine Rescue. We help the homeless, ex-offenders, sex workers, vulnerable people and people in crisis within the community. When the crisis is over, we help people recover and move on with their lives, we intend to extend our reach further to other areas of London and UK. We have a strong team of dedicated volunteers that have helped and supported many people turn their lives around. Helping people come off drugs, help resolve alcohol related issues, tackle and educate people about antisocial behaviour, rehabilitation of ex-offenders, sex workers. We also provide National Vocational Qualification training via our affiliates to help people be more self-sufficient and become a valued member of society. Initially we started our project from a bench in 2005 at East Street, Southwark, and with the help of our committed team of volunteers and with support from Red Ochre, The Southwark Police and former NDC. We were able to move to our newly acquired office at the Thurlow Lodge Community in 2010. Divine Rescue was voted The Community Group Member of the year at the Active Citizen Awards 2010 organized by Volunteer Centre. In 2011 we were voted the Community Group of the Year at the Dragon Event hosted by the community. Divine Rescue was recognized for its contribution and commitment to the community at a volunteer-led-group in 2011 by the Worshipful Deputy Mayor of Southwark Councillor Lorraine Lauder (MBE). We have been supporting our street homeless friends and those who are less privileged in our community with foods, cloths, hostel referrals, hospital visit, support with bereavement, counselling advice, dealing with other agencies and sign posting them where they can find information to help them turn their lives around.

Portland Street MUGA

Portland Street MUGA
Title:
Portland Street MUGA
Info:
A MUGA is a Multi Use Games Area, it is marked out for football and basketball. It is free for anyone to use and a good place for kids to play sports in a safe environment.

Thurlow Street MUGA

Thurlow Street MUGA
Title:
Thurlow Street MUGA
Phase of regeneration:
Plot 18
Info:

A MUGA is a Multi Use Games Area, it is marked out for football and basketball. It is free for anyone to use and a good place for kids to play sports in a safe environment.

This MUGA is part of PLOT 18 development, from the end of the summer 2016, there will no longer be access to this MUGA. The site is will be prepared for demolition. To make way for a new GP’s, health centre, early years centre, library, some retail and 100 homes due for completion in 2019. For more information about this site and the plans for the area, visit http://www.aylesburynow.london/regeneration

Wendover MUGA

Wendover MUGA
Title:
Wendover MUGA
Info:
A MUGA is a Multi Use Games Area, it is marked out for football and basketball. It is free for anyone to use and a good place for kids to play sports in a safe environment.

198-202a Albany Rd

Title:
198-202a Albany Rd
Block Phase:
Phase 4
Neighbourhood officer:
Tunde Makanjuola
Telephone:
020 7525 1015
Email:
Tunde.Makanjuola@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
ThurlowT&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Proposed date of demolition:
To be confirmed
Info:
Thurlow T&RA meets on the first Thursday of the month 7-9pm at Thurlow Community Hall.

Wolverton 152 - 175

Wolverton 152 - 175
Title:
Wolverton 152 - 175
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Telephone:
020 7525 7076
Email:
Levi.Burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday Ward
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

Wolverton 176 - 192

Title:
Wolverton 176 - 192
Block Phase:
Phase 2
Neighbourhood officer:
Levi Burke
Email:
Levi.Burke@southwark.gov.uk
Tenant and resident association:
Thurlow T&RA
Ward councillor:
Faraday
Phase of regeneration:
2
Proposed date of demolition:
This block is the next active phase.
Info:
If you live on this part of the Aylesbury estate, it is important that you register for your unique Council Housing bidding number as soon as possible, as yours will be the next active phase on the Aylesbury estate. Call into the housing office on Taplow. If you need help with registration you can contact Creation's Resident Support Programme 0207 7038923

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