Trellick and Edenham Way

The area between Trellick Tower and Elkstone Road, where the Edenham Way Old People’s Home once stood, has been empty for some time. The area is being used as play space and a temporary coach park while the Council, working with the local community, develops plans for the area.

Architects Levitt Bernstein studied the area to identify possibilities and limitations of developing the site. Read more about the work so far, and view some of the display materials presented to local people.

The Council has now appointed Haworth Tomkins as architects to design the new housing and get planning permission in place. The architects are beginning to survey the site in detail and come up with some initial ideas.

There will be an opportunity to meet the architects in September, when they will be able to show you their very early ideas and discuss with you what happens next. There are two drop-in sessions:

  • Monday 8 September 2014 between 2 and 8pm in the Trellick Tower Club Room
  • Thursday 11 September 2014 between 2 and 8pm in the Edenham Way Club Room

At the same time, planning officers at the Council are developing a Supplementary Planning Document. This will provide guidance and principles for development in the area.

You can find out more about the Supplementary Planning Document and share your views with us at the two drop-in sessions above. Alternatively you can give us your views online up until 23 September 2014. 

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Kitty Mortimer, Housing Regeneration Project Manager on 020 7361 2034 or email kitty.mortimer@rbkc.gov.uk

We will also be meeting regularly with the Trellick Tower Residents’ Association and Edenham Way Residents’ Association to discuss the progress of the work and seek their views.