Ashbridge, Ashmill & Cosway Projects

 

As part of Westminster Council’s Church Street regeneration project. 77 new homes will be built across Ashbridge, Ashmill and Cosway Street. 28 of these new-builds will be affordable homes. Work on all three sites has begun, and construction is expected to last around two years.

London-based contractor Geoffrey Osborne Ltd (Osborne) has been appointed as the main contractor to deliver the construction works at the 3 sites. All parties, Westminster City Council, Osbourne and NewmanFrancis, appreciate that the work will involve a certain amount of inconvenience and disruption for residents, for which we are sorry. We will try our best to reduce the amount of disruption that the works will cause.

The main elements to this part of the Church Street regeneration project are;

– 49 private residential units to be developed for sale at Cosway Street

– 26 affordable homes will be developed on Ashbridge Street

– 2 new homes will be built on the site of the Ashmill Street car park

Sequence

Demolition and substructure works are currently being carried out in Ashbridge Street. Leaflets have been delivered in the vicinity of these latest works. Where mobile equipment, such as cranes, are operating, barriers have and are being put up to enforce public health and safety around those areas. The Ashbridge project is due to be completed around summer 2022.

The table below outlines the start and end dates for the various stages of the project for Ashbridge Street. Please note, these dates are subject to change.

The teams working on the three projects are;

Westminster City Council

Geoffrey Osborne Ltd (Osborne) – Main contractor

NewmanFrancis Ltd – Resident liaison service

 

About NewmanFrancis

NewmanFrancis Ltd has been appointed as the resident liaison team for the Ashbridge, Ashmill, and Cosway Street projects. Our main roles are;

-Keeping residents well informed about the works that are taking place and

-Responding to any enquiries about the works from residents and stakeholders

We will use a variety of ways to deliver our services. These include individual letters, notices, posters, phone calls, social media, newsletters, events and regular updating of this webpage. We will be talking to residents to find out which of these methods you prefer.

Residents are asked to direct all enquiries regarding the works to NewmanFrancis and not the contractors’ operatives who will not be able to respond. NewmanFrancis will be working in partnership with all parties to ensure we have the most up to date information regarding the project.

You can contact us on 0748 118 5644 or 0800 644 6040 (freephone) or email aac@newmanfrancis.org.

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Contact us

For more information, you can get in touch by calling us on 0800 644 6040 (Freephone), or email us at aac@newmanfrancis.org

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

What works are being carried out? The demolition of existing buildings and structures and the erection of new building on the sites. 77 housing units will be created. 49 will be private residential, and 28 will be affordable homes.

How long will the works take?
Ashbridge and Ashmill Street complete around summer 2022
Cosway Street completes around autumn 2022

The above completion times are subject to change, due to COVID19

Which organisations are involved?
• Westminster City Council
• Geoffrey Osborne Ltd – Main contractor
• NewmanFrancis Ltd – Resident liaison service

What are the working hours on site? Osbourne work hours on site are from Monday – Friday (0800 – 1800) Saturdays (0800 – 1300)

How will the works affect me?  The works are unavoidably intrusive in nature and they will be noisy at times. Osbourne is fully aware of this and will keep noise to an absolute minimum but some noise should be expected, especially those areas closer to the generator for the crane. If you feel as though the noise is particularly disruptive, please contact NewmanFrancis on the number provided.

Where can I find specific information about the project? Newman Francis will endeavour to keep all resident to respective areas / sites updated on the works via letter and newsletter. Residents also have the option to subscribe to our webpage where they would be notified of the latest updates.

Who should I contact if I want more information? You can contact your Resident Liaison Officer, ‘Shariff Juneja’ on 07564 563508 or 0800 644 6040 (Freephone) or email aac@newmanfrancis.org.

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