Housing association Curo has announced its intention to demolish and redevelop a block of 44 maisonettes at Tintagel Close in Keynsham, following a prolonged period of consultation with residents of the estate.
Regeneration and refurbishment
We’re working with local people to develop refurbishment proposals for some of our estates.
We want to make sure that all our homes meet our SHAW (Safe, Healthy, Affordable, Warm) standards.
Over the last few months we’ve been holding events and meeting residents to find out what’s important to them.
We’re using the information received through events and community research to develop options for how we’re going to improve homes and the open spaces.
Over the next few months we’ll be doing more to get residents’ input into these plans.
A school in Lawrence Weston, Bristol has opened a new sensory garden to help promote the pupils’ wellbeing and mental health. Oasis Academy Bank Leaze, also known locally as ‘the blue school on the hill’, was helped to set up the garden by housing association and housebuilder Curo and their contractor Jehu Group.
Around 70 people attended Curo’s public exhibition last week to see the proposals for the redevelopment of the land formerly occupied by Walnut Buildings. Curo says feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with 93% of survey respondents stating they support the redevelopment proposals as showcased.
Curo is proposing to build 32 new affordable homes on the land formerly occupied by Walnut Buildings in Radstock. A public exhibition of the redevelopment plans will take place on Thursday 9 September at Whisty Community Hall (BA3 3JL) and local residents are encouraged to drop in any time between 2-7pm.
Housing association and housebuilder Curo hope to build new, high-quality housing on the Walnut Buildings site in Radstock and are asking the local community to help shape plans for a future development. To take part, local residents are invited to fill in this short survey: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/walnut-buildings.
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