Tustin Estate Whittling Down Test Of Opinion
As you are aware, Southwark Council has been working with the Tustin Estate community on a number of options for the potential redevelopment of the estate. An independent design team, Common Grounds, were appointed in partnership with residents, to develop options for the future of the low rise homes on the Tustin Estate. Using their expertise and your feedback, the council has confirmed five final options. This is your opportunity to vote on the options

The ballot period will run from 12 noon on Thursday 10 September 2020 until 12 noon on Thursday 1 October 2020.
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Option 1 MAINTAIN *
If you want things to stay as they are now, with no new homes, then you should choose this option. As part of the council’s promise to maintain and provide a decenthome we will include new kitchens and bathrooms for council tenants.
Option 2 REFURBISHMENT AND SOME NEW HOMES *
This option is like Option 1, but the council will raise some money from buildingbetween 50 and 100 new homes new homes on existing empty space on the estateand selling some to pay for small block and estate improvements. Half of the newhomes will be council homes and will be for Tustin tenants who need to move forhealth reasons, or because they want a smaller home, or need a bigger home.
Option 3 PARTIAL REFURBISHMENT AND MANY NEW HOMES *
In this option, the council will keep the maisonettes in 21–98 Heversham House and Bowness, and the houses at Manor Grove and carry out works to maintain and providea decent home. Tenants in these homes will have a new kitchen and new bathroom.There will also be some block and estate works and improvements. The council willdemolish Kentmere House, Hillbeck Close, Ullswater House and the bedsit flats on theend of Heversham House in order to build replacement homes for the existingresidents and between 320 and 370 additional new homes, half of which will be forcouncil tenants. This option will include a newly built school and dedicated housing forthe over 55s.
Option 4 DEMOLITION AND REBUILD OF THE LOW-RISE HOMES *
This option means all existing homes on the estate (but not the tower blocks) will beknocked down. The council will do this in a step by step way, building new homes aftera block is demolished so that tenants have new homes to move to before the nextblock is demolished. Overall there will be between 800 and 850 new homes, whichinclude replacement of the existing 298 homes. After replacing existing council homes, half of the additional new homes will be for council tenants. This option will include a newly built school, dedicated housing for the over 55s and a new park at the centre of the estate.
Option 5 DEMOLITION AND REBUILD OF THE LOW-RISE HOMES EXCEPTMANOR GROVE *
This option is like Option 4, but the council won’t demolish any homes in Manor Grove.Overall there will be between 770 and 820 new homes built. As a result there will befewer new council homes built, although the council will build some new homes onsome of the space around Manor Grove. This option will include a newly built school,dedicated housing for the over 55s and a new park at the centre of the estate.
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