Bridge House is made up of a single block of 60 homes, which is situated off Homerton High Street. The Council is currently seeking a development partner to progress the regeneration of Bridge House, which is part of the Council's Six Estates regeneration programme.
The Bridge House handbook explains features in the newly-built homes on this site, for tenants in Brooklime House and Chervil House.
Brooklime House and Chervil House are made up of a total of 20 homes for social renting and 20 for shared ownership, and built on the site of former garages at Bridge House, off Homerton High Street.
The new homes were funded by the Council and the Homes and Communities Agency as part of the Council's Six Estates regeneration programme.
We appointed Lovell as the contractor for this site and 67 more homes for social renting at the site of the former Alexandra National House on Seven Sisters Road, now redeveloped and known as Finsbury Park Place. This was also part of the Six Estates regeneration programme.
Hawkins Brown were appointed as architects to work on the designs of the new homes to replace Bridge House as well as Marian Court, which is situated opposite.
These sites are part of the Council's borough-wide 2,760-home estate regeneration programme, which is one of London's largest schemes for building homes for social renting, shared ownership, and private sale.
- estate regeneration programme [pdf, 246.99Kb]
- Hackney regeneration estates leaseholder and freeholder options pack [pdf, 1.85Mb]
The Brooklime House and Chervil House scheme (formerly known as Bridge House garages) received planning permission on 6 October, 2010; the planning application is at agenda item 16.