We are considering transferring L&Q’s homes in the Grove Park ward to another housing association, Phoenix Community Housing, who are locally based and manage over 6,300 homes in south Lewisham.
We’re proud of what we’ve achieved in Grove Park since 2008 and think that Phoenix Community Housing, as a local resident-led organisation, are well placed to continue this work and provide an excellent service to residents.
L&Q is one of the UK’s leading charitable housing associations, with over 110,000 homes across the UK. We acquired most of our homes in Grove Park from Lewisham Council in 2008. Since then, we has achieved success by honouring all our commitments in the original stock transfer agreement and bringing our homes up to our ‘Decent Homes Plus’ standard. For more information about L&Q, please visit our website: www.L&Qgroup.org.uk
Survey Update: March 2021
As part of the transfer proposals, we need to understand the current condition of the properties at Grove Park. To do this, an experienced team of surveyors from Calford Seaden have been appointed to undertake these surveys and will be visiting Grove Park between Monday 29th March and the end of June 2021. They will be visually inspecting the inside of some of the homes as well as the external, communal and shared areas. For more information and to book your survey, please contact Beth Bosteels at Calford Seaden on:
Phone: 01689 888222
Mobile: 07921 234895
About Phoenix Community Housing:
Phoenix was created in 2007 after a stock transfer by Lewisham Council and a positive resident’s ballot. It owns and manages 6,300 homes in the borough, and has an excellent record of providing caretaking, repair and grounds maintenance services. By taking on these homes, Phoenix will be able to expand its community regeneration and involvement initiatives to a wider area, working together with a range of Lewisham partners. As a resident-led organisation, Grove Park residents will have the opportunity to become Phoenix shareholders and voting members of Phoenix’s board, providing a significant level of local accountability. For more information about Phoenix Community Housing, please visit their website:
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