11,000 New Council Homes - 1 Ann Moss Way

Closed 23 Feb 2020

Opened 27 Jan 2020

Results Updated 22 May 2020

Approval has been obtained from the council for development of the vacant building at 1 Ann Moss Way.

A drop-in meeting was held for residents of the Ann Moss Way neighbourhood on Friday 6 February, in one of Canada Water Library's meeting rooms.  Residents were able to discuss their concerns with the project manager, Kenny Okuboyejo. Thank you all, to the residents who attended this meeting.

The boards which were presented at the meeting are attached below - 2020-04-06 - Ann Moss Way Presentation Boards FINAL.

Project group meetings will begin soon, and we have updated information on our response to your comments below - 200427 Ann Moss Way feedback presentation.

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Overview

Our residents across Southwark are concerned about housing. That’s why we’re building 11,000 new council homes in the borough by 2043 - 2,500 of these by 2022. It’s a big goal, but it’s crucial if we’re going to tackle the housing crisis and make sure our residents have quality homes they can be proud of, now and in the future.   

We have purchased No.1 Ann Moss Way to provide a range of new council homes to meet local housing need. The site map showing 1 Ann Moss Way is edged in red below.

We want to hear from anyone who is interested in having their say.  However we especially want to make sure we are considering the views of people who live close to the site.

This survey closes, 23 February 2020.

Privacy statement  
Any personal information recorded here will only be used by our New Homes Team for the purposes of reference and contact under s105 of the Housing Act 1985, and will be destroyed after four years. If you are concerned about how the council uses your personal data or would like to enquire about the personal information we hold on you, please contact us via dpo@southwark.gov.uk or on 0207 525 5000.

More information about your rights is available on  our website, or via the Information Commiissioner (www.ico.org.uk)

 

Why We Are Consulting

It is really important to us that we work with existing residents when building  new council homes in Southwark. We want to hear what you think about the proposal to build on this site. Your feedback is very important and will be used to develop the plans for this site. Please raise your concerns and comments with the project manager, Kenny Okuboyejo

 

 

 

What Happens Next

Over the next coming months we will be appointing the Architect and Employers Agents to assist us in the design development process.

Once the Architect is appointed, we will write to you again to update you on the Residents’ Project Group and invite you to a drop-in session to meet the Architects and Employers Agent and to provide feedback on the queries or concerns you raised.

As the scheme develops, we will keep you updated through newsletters, by postings on this website, and wherever possible through drop-ins and events at times that will work for everyone.

Areas

  • Old Kent Road

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Council tenants
  • Leaseholders
  • Homeowners
  • Community and voluntary groups
  • Local groups and organisations
  • Other local service providers
  • Businesses

Interests

  • Housing