Over 100 council and housing association estates across London are under threat of demolition. Our research shows where they are.

Pike Close estate

Number of homes under threat: 100

Landlord: Riverside Housing Association

Developer: Countryside Properties

Independent Resident Advisor: Source Partnership

Ballot Status: Approved

Planning Status: Pending

In 2018, Riverside Housing Association (which manages Bromley’s council housing), appointed developer Countryside Properties to redevelop the Pike Close estate. The estate comprises circa 100 homes in a series of low-rise maisonettes and a high-rise block.

The Mayor agreed funding in principle for the redevelopment in December 2018 (subject to ballot). In April 2019, a ballot was held and a majority of residents voted in favour of redevelopment. In May 2020, Riverside started final pre-consultation on a scheme to build 179 new homes of which 92 ‘affordable’. A planning application is expected to be submitted in late 2021.

More information is available on Riverside’s website here: https://www.riverside.org.uk/redevelopment-projects/pikeclose/

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