Kingston Estate - How would you improve your estate?

Closed 11 Nov 2019

Opened 25 Oct 2019

Results updated 23 Nov 2021

The Council remains committed to working with residents on our programme during this period of uncertainty and will follow the advice issued by Central Government as to the precautionary measures and action to take to ensure that residents, staff, and partners are protected from the Covid-19 (Coronavirus). 

For the foreseeable future we are adapting the way we consult to remove unnecessary social contact. We will:

  • Consult you about the best way to communicate with you (when necessary)
  • Keep you informed via the Consultation Hub
  • Continue to liaise with the Tenants and Resident Associations (TRA)
  • Continue to write to you directly via post or email
  • Depending on Central’s Government  advice about Covid-19 on when it is possible to do so, arrange face to face meetings



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. 

It’s really important to us that we work with existing residents when we create new council homes in Southwark. As well, when we build new council homes on estates, we always look for ways to improve the estate so that all residents can benefit. 

We need your help deciding where and how we build new council homes while making improvements to your estate that all residents can benefit from.

Fill in this short survey and let us know:

  • How you think your estate could be improved
  • Where on your estate you think we could build new council homes


Throughout the design and development of any new council homes, we’ll make sure you’re involved in the most important decisions, and that there are plenty of opportunities for you to have your say. This could be through TRAs (where they exist), individually, or through drop-in meetings and events. We’ll also keep you updated through newsletters, on our website, and we’ll aim to hold meetings at times that work for everyone.

What happens next

Thank you for completing this survey. After this consultation closes on 11th November, we will look at all the responses we receive and update residents about the outcome.


  • North Walworth


  • All residents


  • Housing