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Tintagel Close, Keynsham



Update January 2022

In July 2021, after careful consideration, Curo's Board approved the decision to demolish and redevelop Tintagel Close in Keynsham.

We’re currently working closely with residents at Tintagel Close, who are being fully supported by Curo teams to find and move to homes where they’d like to live.

We’re holding regular drop in sessions for all residents at Tintagel Close and helping them with practical and financial support.

We expect to be able to help all residents to move out of Tintagel Close by the end of 2022.

We’ll consult neighbours and local stakeholders about the future plans for the redevelopment of Tintagel Close later in 2022.

We'll continue to update this page at www.curo-group.co.uk/tintagel.

Update, April 2021

Over the past couple of years we’ve been working closely with residents at Tintagel Close to agree the best way to look after these homes and ensure they’re fit for the future. One option was to refurbish the building and make improvements both inside and outside the flats.

We’ve carried out further surveys and it has become clear that the refurbishment work required would be very disruptive and residents would need to move out while it was being done.

Even then, it would be challenging to meet government requirements on things like energy efficiency, and we expect further changes to these rules in the future. Therefore our view is that demolition and redevelopment of Tintagel Close is the best option, and this will be considered by Curo’s Board in July 2021.

Redevelopment of the building would mean that all residents would be asked to move out permanently. We would help all Curo tenants to find a new home. We understand that even for those keen to move it would be disruptive and residents may be worried about it.

We’re holding individual meetings with all residents at Tintagel Close and have promised we’ll do everything possible to make the process as stress-free and simple as possible. This means practical and financial support and for Curo social rent tenants includes a home loss payment as well as moving expenses.

We’ll keep the local community as well as our residents fully updated. This will include updates on this web page at www.curo-group.co.uk/tintagel

If we decide to demolish the building, we’ll consult neighbours and local stakeholders about the future plans for the redevelopment of Tintagel Close.

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