New homes at Brocklebank

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We need your views on our plan to build new homes at Brocklebank Lodge.

In a few months time, the council will begin to move the existing residents of Brocklebank Lodge to new, purpose-built housing at Grays Court. This means there is an opportunity to build new homes on the site of the old buildings.

We are proposing to build approximately 37 high-quality new homes for the council on the site, together with a new community facility. We expect these homes to be a range of one bed, two bed and three bedroomed homes. They will all be let by the council to local people on the housing list at affordable rents.

We also plan to build 16 supported homes for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our aim is to provide a supported environment for people with this condition, so that they can live independently and be close to their families.

The final part of our plan, is to build an exciting new space for the Becontree community. It would be flexible and modern to suit a range of different needs.

We will keep as many of the existing trees as possible, and we also plan to provide public open space, play areas and better landscaping to improve bio-diversity.

Tell us what you think

Our architects have drawn up some plans and we’re keen to hear your views.

  • Take a look at our presentation which introduces the project
  • Fill in our survey below to tell us what you think
  • Give us your ideas for the community space

If you'd like to take part in a small online and interactive focus group looking at this development, during the week starting 8 March, please email communities@befirst.london. We'll give you a £20 Amazon voucher for taking part.


Interested in other issues at Andrew's Corner?

The Citizens’ Alliance Network has set up the Andrew's Corner Neighbourhood page: a place for residents and the community to share what's going on, what's coming up, and to connect to other people and projects. We'll soon be hosting an online Community Conversation - add your email address to the 'stay informed' box on the page so we can stay in touch and let you know when this will take place.

We need your views on our plan to build new homes at Brocklebank Lodge.

In a few months time, the council will begin to move the existing residents of Brocklebank Lodge to new, purpose-built housing at Grays Court. This means there is an opportunity to build new homes on the site of the old buildings.

We are proposing to build approximately 37 high-quality new homes for the council on the site, together with a new community facility. We expect these homes to be a range of one bed, two bed and three bedroomed homes. They will all be let by the council to local people on the housing list at affordable rents.

We also plan to build 16 supported homes for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our aim is to provide a supported environment for people with this condition, so that they can live independently and be close to their families.

The final part of our plan, is to build an exciting new space for the Becontree community. It would be flexible and modern to suit a range of different needs.

We will keep as many of the existing trees as possible, and we also plan to provide public open space, play areas and better landscaping to improve bio-diversity.

Tell us what you think

Our architects have drawn up some plans and we’re keen to hear your views.

  • Take a look at our presentation which introduces the project
  • Fill in our survey below to tell us what you think
  • Give us your ideas for the community space

If you'd like to take part in a small online and interactive focus group looking at this development, during the week starting 8 March, please email communities@befirst.london. We'll give you a £20 Amazon voucher for taking part.


Interested in other issues at Andrew's Corner?

The Citizens’ Alliance Network has set up the Andrew's Corner Neighbourhood page: a place for residents and the community to share what's going on, what's coming up, and to connect to other people and projects. We'll soon be hosting an online Community Conversation - add your email address to the 'stay informed' box on the page so we can stay in touch and let you know when this will take place.