full details of the Equalities Impact Assessments made around 2010 when Brent changed policy regarding the South Kilburn Estates future

David Walton made this Freedom of Information request to Brent Borough Council

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Dear Brent Borough Council,

I would like full details of the Equalities Impact Assessments made around year 2010 when Brent public landlord changed policy regarding the South Kilburn Estates future from:

An estate seven themed regeneration of people and as well as place based on a neighbourhood masterplan framework final deal entire estate voted on in 2003, Brent cancelled

To a Brent unilateral Growth Area policy of developers first- build, build, build formalised in 2010, ongoing.

The estate neighbourhood plan deal of 2003 cost 3 million pounds and 3 years of residents time in detailed consulting but is long since collapsed, being Brent formally cancelled undelivered upon in 2017. Massive scale urban exclusionary change however continues and a trebling+ of population impact is for South Kilburn peoples lives ongoing towards 2041, this with 32 new South Kilburn developer sites proposed in the Draft Brent Local Plan.

Yours faithfully,
David Walton

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Dear David Walton 

RE: Equalities Impact Assessments for 2010 - South Kilburn Estates future 
Thank you for contacting the council on 18/02/2021.
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Dear David Walton David Walton 

RE: Equalities Impact Assessments for 2010 - South Kilburn Estates future 
Thank you for contacting the council on 19/02/2021.
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Brent Council -Regeneration & Estate Regeneration, Brent Borough Council

Mr Walton,
 
Are you able to provide me with a cabinet report that details this change
you describe?
 
At present I cannot find reference to a change in policy regarding the
South Kilburn Estates future around 2010.
 
I would like to do a thorough search of the archives before I fully
respond so the above would help.
 
Regards
 
Emma Sweeney
Programme Manager, Estates Regeneration 
Brent Council 

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Dear Emma Sweeny

South Kilburn being changed to a Growth Area (Developer Colony) of harsh local people exclusion was formalised in 2010 (see Brent Local Plan 2010).

There must however be a Brent Council decision making process including an Equalities Impact Assessment for this radical policy change which must have occurred before 2010, this especially given that an 'estate regeneration of people as well as place' (of 7 regeneration themes), was the established/in place framework for estate change for South Kilburn people since 2001 which Brent/ UK Government had fully signed up for?

Yours sincerely,

David Walton

Brent Council -Regeneration & Estate Regeneration, Brent Borough Council

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Our Ref: IRC-03163-S9R3P2 
Dear ‎David Walton

Environmental Information Regulations 2004
Thank you for your information request received on 18/02/2021.

This request is being handled under the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004.

You requested the following information:

I would like full details of the Equalities Impact Assessments made around
year 2010 when Brent public landlord changed policy regarding the South
Kilburn Estates future from:
An estate seven themed regeneration of people and as well as place based
on a neighbourhood masterplan framework final deal entire estate voted on
in 2003, Brent cancelled
To a Brent unilateral Growth Area policy of developers first- build,
build, build formalised in 2010, ongoing.
The estate neighbourhood plan deal of 2003 cost 3 million pounds and 3
years of residents time in detailed consulting but is long since
collapsed, being Brent formally cancelled undelivered upon in 2017.
Massive scale urban exclusionary change however continues
and a trebling+ of population impact is for South Kilburn peoples lives
ongoing towards 2041, this with 32 new South Kilburn developer sites
proposed in the Draft Brent Local Plan.
Free rapid COVID-19 testing, for people without symptoms, is now available
for everyone living or working in Brent aged 12 and over. Get tested
regularly to keep your loved ones and community safe. Book online at
brent.gov.uk/covidtesting
[https://www.brent.gov.uk/media/16417716/...

Following a search of our paper and electronic records, I have established
that Brent Council does not hold the information you have requested. The
reason the information is not held is because The event did not occur.
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I will now close your request as of this date. 

Yours sincerely 
Emma Sweeney
Programme Manager Estates Regeneration

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Dear Brent Council -Regeneration & Estate Regeneration,

To clarify, in your FOI response you state 'The event did not occur.'

By 'event' do you mean that the Equalities Impact Assessments required around 2010 did not occur?

Yours sincerely,

David Walton