Convent Way Tenant Offer and Leaseholder Offer

Closed 28 Feb 2021

Opened 18 Dec 2020

Results updated 2 Jun 2021

From the feedback on the consultation on the first  adn second draft of the Tenant Offer and Leaseholder Offer, which was out for conultaiton between 9 December 2020 and 30 April 2021.



As part of the consultation on the regeneration of Convent Way estate, the council will carry out a resident ballot in accordance to the Greater London Authority's guidance on ballots. 

The Landlord Offer is the council's proposal that residents will need to vote on. This consultation is your chance to feed back on the first draft offer. We will revise the offer documents based on the consultation and a second draft will be published in April. The final version is published later in the summer, which you will then be asked to vote on. 

This consultation will be of interest to secure council tenants and leaseholders, to whom the offer on future housing requirements is relevant, and temporary accommodation residents who may be eligible for compensation. 

A separate consultation has been carried out on the design principles. Details on that can be found at

Why your views matter

We are consulting secure tenants, temporary accommodation residents and leaseholders on the draft Tenant Offer and Leaseholder Offer to ensure that residents of Convent Way estate have helped to influence and shape the offer to meet local needs.

It is important that residents have all the relevant information and understand how the regeneration will affect them, so they are able to make an informed decision when they vote in the ballot. Please read the draft Tenant Offer and Leaseholder Offer documents at the bottom of the page before filling in the survey. 

What happens next

The second draft  will be developed from the feedback from the consultation of the draft Tenant Offer and draft Leaseholder Offer.  This will go out for consultation in April 2021.

A feedback report  of the consultation will be published on our website at Where we not made changes on any of the feedback, we explain the reasonss why.


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