Support the Ebury Bridge Development Project!

Churchill Conservatives welcome the Council’s decision to proceed with the Ebury Bridge estate project. This is a great opportunity to increase the amount of affordable housing on the estate.

Local Churchill Conservative Councillor Murad Gassanly explains: “Having dealt with a lot of casework on Ebury Bridge I understand the urgent need to get building. Residents are awaiting new homes and overcrowded households are struggling. The Council is working with the residents to develop a new scheme”.

There are three key priorities for the project:

  • Over 50 council tenants at Ebury Bridge, adults and children, live in overcrowded conditions. These people should be prioritised for new flats on the estate.
  • More social-rent housing for those on homeless waiting lists and more intermediate rent housing for working families.
  • The rights of leaseholders and shop-keepers on the estate must be protected.

Churchill Conservatives have set out our commitments on Ebury Bridge:

  1. Full right of return to new flats on the estate for tenants and leaseholders.
  2. Significantly more social and intermediate housing than is currently present.
  3. Prioritising overcrowded tenants for new homes on Ebury Bridge.
  4. Residents to be closely involved from the outset in developing a new scheme.
  5. Prioritising overcrowded tenants for new homes on Ebury Bridge.

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Show your support for the Ebury Bridge Development Project and help the Conservative Council’s efforts to relieve overcrowding on the Ebury Bridge Estate and build more social rent and intermediate rent housing for working families.

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The Future of Ebury Bridge Estate

Churchill Conservatives welcome the Council’s decision to proceed with the Ebury Bridge estate project. We understand there were problems with the original scheme which resulted in a long delay. The Council rightly apologised for this to residents at a public meeting in June.