BEXLEY

Over 100 council and housing association estates across London are under threat of demolition. Our research shows where they are.

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  • Arthur Street estate
    Arthur Street estate
    Stage: Implementation

    In Sep 2019, the Mayor approved the demolition of 262 homes on Bexley’s Arthur Street estate - to be replaced by 320, all social rent being replaced by London Affordable Rent, at a net loss of 134 ‘social’ homes

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  • Picardy Street estate
    Picardy Street estate
    Stage: Proposal

    Circa 150 homes on Bexley’s Picardy Street estate in Belvedere have been earmarked for redevelopment in Bexley’s Local Plan - (site BV0006).

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  • Thamesmead east (phase 2)
    Thamesmead east (phase 2)
    Stage: Proposal

    596 homes are under threat of demolition on the Wolvercote Road site of the Thamesmead estate, which is situated in the borough of Bexley.

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  • Thamesmead South (phase 1)
    Thamesmead South (phase 1)
    Stage: Implementation

    In November 2016, the Mayor approved the demolition of 226 homes on Bexley’s Southmere site of the Thamesmead estate, to be replaced by 1,622 new homes of which 67 intermediate and 168 affordable rent of up to 80% market rent.

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