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

Chingford Hall estate

Number of homes under threat: 300

Landlord: Peabody

Circa 300 homes on the Chingford Hall estate have been earmarked for renewal, according to the borough’s draft Local Plan.

The Council is seeking to redevelop the estate in order to establish linkages to the nearby Meridian Water regeneration, where 10,000 new homes are to be built.

The Council’s Local Plan says that an additional 900 homes could be built on the estate supported by its vicinity to the North Circular.

The estate dates from the early 90s when it replaced the now-demolished 60s Chingford Hall estate as one of the government’s Housing Action Trust regeneration schemes. The Waltham Forest Housing Action Trust closed down in 2002 and the homes were transferred to housing association Peabody.

The original Chingford Hall estate demolished in the 1990s to make way for the current estate.

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