On an 81% turnout, 86% of residents backed proposals for regenerating the Teviot Estate with new homes, new green and play spaces, shops, community and faith facilities, and improved infrastructure.
Resident ballots for estate regeneration projects that require City Hall funding were introduced by the Mayor of London in July 2018. An independent ballot of 617 eligible Teviot residents was conducted by Electoral Reform Services.
Since the ballot, consultation with the Residents’ Steering Group (RSG) and the local community has been ongoing, with residents contributing to the scheme’s procurement and designs.
Resident drop ins
Residents can find out about upcoming events or drop in for a chat with our Resident Empowerment team at the Teviot container on St Leonards Road, every Wednesday, from 2-4pm.
What regeneration could look like
Features of the scheme could include:
- 1,750 new homes (a mix of flats, maisonettes and houses to meet Teviot residents’ housing need)
- New green and play spaces
- New shops
- Community and faith facilities
- Improved infrastructure
Poplar HARCA has appointed Housebuilder of the Year, Hill as joint venture partner to deliver the Teviot estate regeneration. BPTW has been appointed as master planners, Lichfield as planning consultants and Kanda as political consultants. A planning application to the local authority is expected to be finalised in mid-late 2022.
Teviot Regeneration Area
Households on the Teviot estate included within the regeneration area are:
- 1-71 Brion Place
- 1-77 (odd numbers) Chadbourn Street
- 3-55 (odd numbers) Dewberry Street
- 3-107 Spey Street
- 184-194 (even numbers) St Leonards Road
- 92-506 (even numbers) Teviot Street
- 1-41 (odd numbers) Ullin Street
- 1-107 (odd numbers) Zetland Street
This map also shows the areas identified for regeneration, inside the red line boundaries marked here.