Share your feedback on the Cambridge Road Estate

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The council wants to make sure that local residents are at the heart of the regeneration of Cambridge Road Estate both now and in the future and has decided to undertake a voluntary ballot for eligible residents once the proposals for regeneration are more detailed.

This questionnaire was posted to everyone on the Cambridge Road Estate to ensure people have the opportunity to comment before the council prepares the Landlord Offer (the document that the council will provide to residents with information on the regeneration plan) and decides on the arrangements for the ballot. There will also be another resident meeting later on in February - we’ll let you know more about this nearer the date.

Over the coming months residents will be invited to help develop a ‘master plan’ (design of the estate) for regeneration, which will be followed by a ballot in the autumn. A Landlord Offer will be available before the ballot (voting) takes place.

In October 2018, there were two resident workshops organised by CRERA, CREst, One Norbiton and the council which were attended by over 70 residents. They heard about the guidance document the London Mayor published in July 2018 on how regeneration ballots should be held. The main issue raised by residents was that everyone would be able to understand the proposed plans in the Landlord Offer when it was produced.

Other issues raised by residents included the decision-making and what will happen if there is a no vote; having independent advisors to support residents; equal and balanced promotion of regeneration and the alternatives; what the turnout should be for the vote and whether it should be only open to CRE residents.

If you would like to discuss this survey or need help with it in any way, please contact us at creregen@kingston.gov.uk or on 020 8547 5600 ext 4421.

Feedback and outcomes from the survey will be published here shortly.

This survey has now closed

The council wants to make sure that local residents are at the heart of the regeneration of Cambridge Road Estate both now and in the future and has decided to undertake a voluntary ballot for eligible residents once the proposals for regeneration are more detailed.

This questionnaire was posted to everyone on the Cambridge Road Estate to ensure people have the opportunity to comment before the council prepares the Landlord Offer (the document that the council will provide to residents with information on the regeneration plan) and decides on the arrangements for the ballot. There will also be another resident meeting later on in February - we’ll let you know more about this nearer the date.

Over the coming months residents will be invited to help develop a ‘master plan’ (design of the estate) for regeneration, which will be followed by a ballot in the autumn. A Landlord Offer will be available before the ballot (voting) takes place.

In October 2018, there were two resident workshops organised by CRERA, CREst, One Norbiton and the council which were attended by over 70 residents. They heard about the guidance document the London Mayor published in July 2018 on how regeneration ballots should be held. The main issue raised by residents was that everyone would be able to understand the proposed plans in the Landlord Offer when it was produced.

Other issues raised by residents included the decision-making and what will happen if there is a no vote; having independent advisors to support residents; equal and balanced promotion of regeneration and the alternatives; what the turnout should be for the vote and whether it should be only open to CRE residents.

If you would like to discuss this survey or need help with it in any way, please contact us at creregen@kingston.gov.uk or on 020 8547 5600 ext 4421.

Feedback and outcomes from the survey will be published here shortly.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Fill in our short survey to tell us your thoughts on the ballot and whether you need further information to help you make a decision about regeneration. 

    Fill in our short survey to tell us your thoughts on the ballot and whether you need further information to help you make a decision about regeneration. 

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