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The Courts regeneration

About the project

Livin has been working with tenants, residents and owners in the Courts since August 2017.  We understand from the conversations held that investment and improvements which will transform the Courts would be welcome by most people. 

We are passionate about creating communities where people want to live and homes which are modern and meet the needs of residents.

At the Courts, residents have told us about the issues affecting the estate and we are aware of the poor reputation the area has which has reduced demand from local people wanting to live here.

Following discussion with tenants, residents and owners, Livin believes that significant investment in the estate is required to transform it for the benefit of people living here now and to be able to attract good tenants and residents in the future.

To become the highly desirable estate residents have told Livin they would like to see, we are proposing a mix of environmental and property improvements. This is an exciting opportunity to improve the courts and make it an estate which is fit for the future.

A first look at the plans

  • Existing site plan
  • Site plan for review
  • House Types: 2 bed
  • House Types: 3 bed
  • Before & After: Front
  • Before & After: Rear
  • FAQ's
  • Why does Livin want to improve the Courts?

    We are passionate about creating communities where people want to live and homes which are modern and meet the needs of residents.

    At the Courts, residents have told us about the issues affecting the estate and we are aware of the poor reputation the area has which has reduced demand from local people wanting to live here.

    Following discussion with tenants, residents and owners, Livin believes that significant investment in the estate is required to transform it for the benefit of people living here now and to be able to attract good tenants and residents in the future.

    What is being proposed?

    To become the highly desirable estate residents have told Livin they would like to see, we are proposing a mix of environmental and property improvements.

    In October 2017, we presented three visions for the estate and have used the feedback you gave us to come up with a proposed regeneration plan for the estate and each court.

    Do I have a say if I am not a livin tenant?

    We have approached all tenants, residents and owners because it is important that everyone has a say so that feedback can be used to develop the detail of the proposal.  Homeowners and landlords will be given the opportunity to buy in to the proposed improvements.  We need maximum buy-in and support to be able to deliver the level of improvements which will transform the estate and make it the place people have told us they want it to be.

    What happens next?

    Once we have gathered your views on the amended plans, Livin will use the feedback to make any further changes needed.

    We will then sit down with each household and owners in Summer 2018 to discuss the details of how the proposed improvements will affect you, your home and the estate.  This will include more information on costs, support and sign up where applicable in each case.

    It is unlikely that any improvement works will be undertaken before January 2019 but we will continue to consult with you at every stage in what is an exciting opportunity to improve the courts and make it an estate which is fit for the future.

    How can I get in touch?

    If you still have questions or require any further information, please contact us through online chat via Livin’s website www.livin.co.uk, email community-regeneration@livin.co.uk or telephone 0800 5874538.

    We have also set up a closed Facebook page to be able to provide residents and landlords with regular information.  Please search Facebook for The courts regeneration residents group

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