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Online Design Consultation for residents of Harriott, Apsley & Pattison Houses

For the residents who were unable to attend the design consultations which were held on Thursday 18th March and Saturday 20th March, please find below the video of the presentation which was shown at the events.



The images below show the designs that were presented at the event.




Wider Estate Consultation - Video Presentation

11th and 13th March 2021

For those residents who were unable to attend the March 2021 wider estate consultation events, please find below the video of the presentation which was shown at the events.

The images below show the designs that were presented in the recent consultation.


Site location and redline boundary




Key Points

  • Approximately 430 new homes
  • An increase of 330 homes
  • Building height between 4 and 11 storeys
  • New facility for the Mosque to be re-provided on site






Rehousing Documents

Following a series of tenure specific consultation workshops held in December 2020, please view the document section to view the tenure specific rehousing guides. If you have any questions on these, please contact a member of the team by emailing clichyestate@towerhamlets.gov.uk


Latest Newsletter

Following our recent consultation events, please visit our documents section to view the latest newsletter that was sent to residents in December 2020.


December 2020 consultation video

For those residents who were unable to attend the December 2020 consultation events, please find below the video of the presentation which was shown at the events.





We'd love to hear your views



Illustrative street view looking east along Stepney Way






Find out more about this scheme

Read more about the result and what it means for residents and the community.

Why does the council need to build more homes?

Why Harriott, Apsley and Pattison (HAP) Houses?

Our promise to residents

Design principles for the new development

What regeneration will deliver

What we showed you in September


Online Design Consultation for residents of Harriott, Apsley & Pattison Houses

For the residents who were unable to attend the design consultations which were held on Thursday 18th March and Saturday 20th March, please find below the video of the presentation which was shown at the events.



The images below show the designs that were presented at the event.




Wider Estate Consultation - Video Presentation

11th and 13th March 2021

For those residents who were unable to attend the March 2021 wider estate consultation events, please find below the video of the presentation which was shown at the events.

The images below show the designs that were presented in the recent consultation.


Site location and redline boundary




Key Points

  • Approximately 430 new homes
  • An increase of 330 homes
  • Building height between 4 and 11 storeys
  • New facility for the Mosque to be re-provided on site






Rehousing Documents

Following a series of tenure specific consultation workshops held in December 2020, please view the document section to view the tenure specific rehousing guides. If you have any questions on these, please contact a member of the team by emailing clichyestate@towerhamlets.gov.uk


Latest Newsletter

Following our recent consultation events, please visit our documents section to view the latest newsletter that was sent to residents in December 2020.


December 2020 consultation video

For those residents who were unable to attend the December 2020 consultation events, please find below the video of the presentation which was shown at the events.





We'd love to hear your views



Illustrative street view looking east along Stepney Way






Find out more about this scheme

Read more about the result and what it means for residents and the community.

Why does the council need to build more homes?

Why Harriott, Apsley and Pattison (HAP) Houses?

Our promise to residents

Design principles for the new development

What regeneration will deliver

What we showed you in September