Colville Estate Regeneration Fun Day 2014

Closed 12 Jul 2014

Opened 12 Jul 2014

Feedback Updated 12 Aug 2014

We Asked

Residents were invited to attend the yearly fun day at Colville. The event is organised by the Colville Estate Tenants and Residents Association (CETRA) supported by Hackney Homes officers.

You Said

More than 150 people enjoyed live music, barbecued food, and a spot of gardening while finding out more about Hackney Council’s regeneration of Colville on 12 July. CETRA talked about the proposals from the perspective of tenants and leaseholders, residents were also able to see designs and models for the third phase of Colville’s regeneration. The appointed architects, were on hand to answer questions about the programme, along with Council officers, while Hackney Homes and police officers provided information on their services.

We Did

A temporary new community garden at Kellett House was launched by Cllr Philip Glanville, Cabinet Member for Housing, who planted a sunflower as part of the green-fingered activities on the day. A new and permanent site for the community garden will be created as part of Colville’s regeneration.

Results Updated 12 Jan 2015

Colville is being regenerated by the Council over a 15-year period, to replace 435 existing homes with 935 new ones for social renting, shared ownership and private sale, with the first phase, Bridport House, completed in 2011, providing 41 homes for social renting and co-funded by the Council and the Greater London Authority. Find our more abour the regeneration in Colvlle.

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Overview

Your browser does not support inline PDF viewing.Please download the PDF.Each year the Colville Estate regeneration partners come together to celebrate the achievements and engage with local residents. The fun day will have redevelopment information and many other fun activities.

Events

Areas

  • Haggerston
  • Hoxton East and Shoreditch
  • Hoxton West

Audiences

  • Electors
  • Residents
  • Children
  • Council tenants
  • Council leaseholders
  • Councillors

Interests

  • Spending
  • Residents' satisfaction
  • Communication
  • Democracy and participation
  • Regeneration