Beech Tree Place
Beech Tree Place

Current Housing Regeneration issues

Sutton and Cheam Labour is currently monitoring the potential impact of Housing Regeneration proposals in Sutton. There are 3 current issues:

1. At present there is a proposal for redevelopment of the Beech Tree Close Council housing development which has a number of elderly Council Tenants.

We are very concerned over the following issues:

2. The Council has also been moving towards regeneration of the Elm Grove estate in Sutton Town Centre. Details on that is here.

3. The Council is also likely to be looking at some smaller Council estates where there old garages that are not in use and seek to build infill developments on the site. Whilst this is a good alternative to full-scale regeneration, it does require early and comprehensive resident consultation before any decisions.

Future Housing Regeneration issues in Sutton

A number of estates in the borough could be a affected by this and all of them are listed here. Places affected include:

Labour in Sutton believes that Sutton Council should not just only fully legally ballot tenants and leaseholders on GLA funded Housing Regeneration but also on any Regeneration proposal. Labour called for this in our 2014 Sutton Local Plan submission, in our 2018 Local Manifesto and in our 2022 Local Manifesto so we have been totally consistent on this issue for many years, unlike some of the other Parties.

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