Dear Southwark Borough Council,
Approximately 1,000 households have been displaced from the Heygate estate to make way for the redevelopment of Elephant & Castle.
Please provide me with a list showing the approximate location of where these households were relocated to - i.e. listed by ward or postcode.
Dear Mr Glasspool,
Re: Your request for information: 292298
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 28 April
2013 in which you requested:
Approximately 1,000 households have been displaced from the Heygate estate
to make way for the redevelopment of Elephant & Castle. Please provide me
with a list showing the approximate location of where these households
were relocated to - i.e. listed by ward or postcode.
Please note that of the 1034 rental properties vacated since 2005 to
facilitate the redevelopment of the estate the council is able to provide
information on the location of where 596 households relocated too. This
information is set out in the table below. The council is not able to
provide information on the remaining 438 units which were either natural
voids held or used for temporary accommodation before the re - housing
REHOUSED POSTCODE No.
Grand Total 596
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