Lovell is currently delivering 70 much-needed new high-quality homes and a range of other improvements for Islington Council.
The regeneration programme will create new homes for social rent and homes for sale on council-owned land as well as provide an improved ball court, open spaces, estates paths, play areas and community facilities.
The new energy-efficient housing – 36 apartments and 34 houses – will be built on nine sites at the estate, including former garages and car parking. The existing Romford House will also be replaced with a new purpose-built development for residents aged over 55.
The scheme, designed by Pollard Thomas Edwards architects and developed in close consultation with estate residents, includes extensive improvements to the estate’s open spaces and community facilities including increased planting and green spaces and the redesign of Mitchison Baxter Park with children’s play areas, new paths, new trees and a replacement ball games space. A new community room for the use of all estate residents will be created on the ground-floor of the Threadgold House flats.
Presentation and site tour.
|Address||Dover CourtSite Office
|Length of Visit||1 and Half Hours|
|Maximum Group Size||10|
|Register by||March 16, 2018|
Over 18s only please.