Frequently asked questions

Below are some frequently asked questions about the project.

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Video fly-through

Take a computer-generated trip through the proposals.

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Landscaping and garden

The landscape design will provide an attractive and green setting for the new homes that offers a combination of improved public realm, amenity and biodiversity.

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Accommodation details

The proposed 20 high-quality homes are designed to meet standards set out by HFL alongside the Greater London Authority (GLA) policy.

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The scheme in numbers

The scheme will be suitable for many kinds of resident, including those who require wheelchairs and those who cycle. Below are some details 

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Key guarantees

As a resident, there are some key guarantees set out as to what you can expect as your estate is rebuilt.

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The scheme

Homes for Lambeth are looking to build 20 homes, all of which will be affordable. The homes will vary in that some will be suitable for families and some will be accessible by wheelchairs.

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Context

The Trinity Rise site is an early delivery phase of the wider regeneration plan for the Cressingham Gardens Estate. It is located on the edge of the estate with direct access from Trinity Rise, meaning disruption to existing residents will be minimised during construction of the new homes.

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The site

Located to the South West of Brockwell Park, the site — currently known as Ropers Walk — sits on Trinity Rise between Victorian terrace houses within a conservation area on one side, and semi-detached houses on the other.

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Overview of the project

Homes for Lambeth has identified this site on Trinity Rise, on the Cressingham Gardens Estate, to deliver 20 much-needed new homes. 100% of these new homes will be affordable with 70% at Council Level rent and 30% shared ownership.

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