BEECH TREE PLACE

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Beech Tree Place

Number of homes under threat: 21

Landlord: Sutton Council

Independent Resident Advisor: Public Voice

21 homes at Beech Tree Place near Sutton Town centre are under threat of demolition by Sutton Council.

In September 2017, it was listed as ‘amber’ in Sutton’s stock investment review which requires an options appraisal on the future of the building before any continued investment in its upkeep:

Beech Tree Place is also listed as a development site in Sutton’s Local Plan (Site STC 11).

In November 2018, it was reported that residents were ‘feeling intimidated and anxious’ as a result of the Council’s approach.

In October 2020, Sutton Council resolved to pursue the option of full demolition and redevelopment of the site.

The Council has appointed Public Voice Ltd (formerly Strategic Urban Futures (StUF)) to conduct the consultation with residents:

https://www.publicvoice.london/neighbourhoods/residents/beech-tree-place/

Links:

Sutton Council’s consultation document - https://www.sutton.gov.uk/downloads/file/4565/s105_consultation_document_for_beech_tree_place

Sutton Council’s web page for the scheme - https://www.sutton.gov.uk/info/200502/housing_advice_and_options/2087/beech_tree_place_regeneration


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