Serpentine Court Regeneration
Christmas Design Drop-in
On Tuesday 18 December,a Chrsitams design drop-in was held for all Lakes Estate residents to come along, drop-in and talk about all things regeneration. At the event, the following design boards (PDF, 24.1MB) were presented by the architetcs, HTA.
As part of the #whatmatterstome campaign, we are holding a Safety Day event (JPG, 771KB) with members of the emergency services. We'd love to hear what matters to you about the plans for the regeneration of Serpentine Court while you are there. Your ideas will be help to shape the Residents' Charter.
On the 16 and 17 November 2018, a referendum ballot was held for all Serpentine Court Residents to vote on the option they preferred.
Votes are in
84% of Serpentine Court residents voted. 93% of these (175) residents favoured option c - full redevelopment.
This is a great achievement for the Serpentine Court Residnet Steering Group and all that have supported to make this happen.
What will happen next?
Now a decision has been made by Serpentine Court Residents, further design events, leading to a planning submission in spring / summer 2019, will be planned in advance. Work should start on building new homes in 2020.
Further information about the regeneration process of Serpentine Court will shortly be available here. You can view previous information, info on the Serpentine Court Resident Steering Group, and previous minutes of meetingshere.
Anne is Serpentine Courts' dedicated Community Partnership officer.
Anne is at Serpentine Court every Wednesday, Spotlight, 114 Serpentine Court, between 10am to 2pm and anyone is welcome to pop in to talk more about the regeneration of Serpentine Court.
Anne can also be contacted by phone on 07702 899615 or email, email@example.com
Last Updated: 21 December 2018