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Regeneration of the Woodberry Down Estate, which involves demolishing 1,981 homes and building 5,561 social rented, private and shared ownership new ones. A range of new facilities is also being built, including:Three new public parksThe new Redmond Community Centre, which opened in 2011The new Skinners’ Academy, which opened in 2010A new children’s centreRetail and commercial opportunities.Refurbishment of the youth centre, renamed The Edge,which opened in 2013The Regeneration also includes plans to narrow Seven Sisters Road
The 20 year programme is one of the largest in Europe and is being delivered in partnership with Berkeley Homes, Genesis Housing Association, Hackney Homes, the Greater London Authority, Manor House Development Trust and the Woodberry Down Community Organisation (WDCO) resident steering group.
Construction of 5,500 new homes, plus public realm and community space.
Visitors will receive a talk around the Masterplan model in the Marketing suite and then given a tour of the Estate, including the show homes.