A ‘Topping Out’ ceremony marked the completion of the highest point of Block A; signifying a milestone in the construction of the first new affordable homes to be built on the Winstanley and York Road estates.
To celebrate this landmark event in the regeneration scheme, Councillor Ravi Govindia, Leader of Wandsworth Council, and Councillor Tony Belton, Ward Member for Latchmere, joined Joint Venture partners at the eight-storey site to oversee progress.
Block A, located on the junction of Grant Road and Plough Road, will deliver 46 new one- and two-bedroom homes for residents moving in Phase 1 of the regeneration scheme from Scholey House, Jackson House and Kiloh Court.
The Council’s Regeneration Team has consulted with residents interested in moving to Block A over their preferences for the interior decorations and colour of kitchen units for their new property. The new apartments will be ready to occupy in Autumn 2020 and properties will be allocated in accordance with the Local Lettings Plan and Allocations Policy.
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