Brockley Housing

London

Project Value - £65.8m

Project Sector - Social Housing

UK

About The Project

The London Borough of Lewisham contracted Regenter to renovate its 1400 rented properties and 500 leasehold properties in the Brockley area to the Governments Decent Home standard by the end of 2010. The contract also includes maintenance and management of the housing stock for the next 20 years, as well as a commitment to improving socio-economic conditions in the locality over that period.

Regenter began refurbishment work in September 2007, initially focusing on completing a small number of show properties so residents could see the changes that would be made to their homes. Primarily work involves new kitchens, bathrooms, windows and doors, and repairs to roofs. The windows, in particular, are an interesting challenge because many of the properties are located within a conservation area which means replacement must meet specific requirements.

 

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