Albert, Chapel & Lloyds Court
We know that there's a need to provide better quality affordable homes in Altrincham and across Trafford, and we want to ensure that we can offer customers greater choice.
It's important to us that all customers are provided with transparent and honest information on the redevelopment of Albert, Chapel and Lloyds Court and that you can share your views.
In August 2018, we invited residents, leaseholders, and local councillors from the blocks to join us on a walk-around to look at the issues on the ground and find out what it is like living in the area.
The key message from this engagement identified that whilst customers liked living in such a central location, they were concerned about the condition of the properties and the investment needed to create popular places to live.
Albert, Chapel and Lloyds Court on New Street were built in 1960 and need significant structural and essential works, including repair to roofs, windows and doors, concrete walkways, guttering and communal areas.
We're aware that you're waiting to hear about our future plans
Over the last 18 months, we've been looking in more detail at how we can address the concerns raised by customers during the consultation and have explored the costs and benefits of different options.
We want to work with you and the wider community to explore proposals for the site. You’ll have the opportunity to talk to us about the proposals, the process and timescales as well as ask questions about what this means for you and your housing needs and aspirations.
Any redevelopment proposals for the site would be subject to gaining planning approval and a final decision by the Trafford Housing Trust Board.
We'll continue to consult with you and the wider community on the project's progression, and further information will be uploaded.
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