The demolition of the Barham Park Estate, that marks the start of the regeneration of the Estate, has got under way.
The old blocks will be brought down from today, marking the start of five years of building work that will result in more than 300 hundred new homes in Sudbury by 2015.
To celebrate the start of the works residents have been invited to join the developers and council officials – including the leader of Brent council – for an afternoon lunch to mark the regeneration work that will change the face of the estate and life for its residents.
The new properties, which form part of the estate’s five-year regeneration programme, range from one bedroom flats, to large family houses with gardens. The regeneration of Barham Park will result in 335 new homes, 267 on the estate and 68 just outside on the Harrow Road.
The entire estate is being re-developed by Notting Hill Housing and Countryside Properties in partnership with Brent Council. See previous coverage.