Tuesday 4th November 2014
Creation Trust is dedicated to making sure that residents living on the Aylesbury estate receive the benefits of the regeneration of the area.
Creation Trust works closely with Southwark Council and other partners such as the building developers and housing associations, to ensure that the plans for the re-development are in line with the principles of the Aylesbury Area Action Plan (AAAP). The AAAP is the planning document for the area and sets out the minimum requirements that local people have asked for when the estate is rebuilt.
The estate will be rebuilt in partnership with Notting Hill Housing and Southwark Council. The partnership is committed to delivering 3,500 new homes, 50% of which will be affordable homes, 75% of which will be for social rent and 25% for shared ownership or equity. A minimum of 30% across all tenures will have three bedrooms or more. In line with the Aylesbury Action Plan, there will be a net increase in homes from 2,400 to 4,200.
Construction of the new homes will start in 2016. The entire regeneration project is expected to be finished in 2032. To find out more information about Notting Hill's plans for the future of the estate click here.
Some parts of the regeneration have already been completed, these are at the top of Albany Road and Westmorland Road delivered by London and Quadrant Housing. This is 261 new homes and the Southwark Resource Centre. On site 7, the north east corner next to East street, L&Q are currently building 147 new homes.
To find out the latest news from Southwark Council about the regeneration of the estate, click here.
If you are a leaseholder or freeholder on the estate, Creation Trust has set up a dedicated website just for you, this can be found at www.aylesburyleaseholders.org
If you live on an active phase of the regeneration and would like to have some extra support or advance, you can contact our Resident Support Team, Dambile or Natasha 0207 7038923