Contracts are currently being agreed with architects and engineers to develop the design information to include in the tender documents used to attract and appoint building contractors.
The detailed designs of the new homes and estate-wide improvements included within the tender documents will be what potential building contractors will be asked to provide pricing against. Building contractors will be assessed against each other on a range of criteria, including price, quality and value for money.
Residents and stakeholders will continue to be updated on the progress that’s being made. In the meantime, please continue to get in touch via email on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about anything.
Housing Repairs Surgery (Tuesday 8 June)
If you need repairs made to your property, please come along to the next Housing Repairs Surgery organised by the Lakes Repairs Group and contractors MEARS. It's taking place on Tuesday 8 June from 3.30pm to 5pm. Surgeries continue to be conducted online for the time being. To book a slot or arrange for someone to call you, please email email@example.com.
Lakes Estate Renewal Forum
The third meeting of the Lakes Estate Renewal Forum (LERF) is on Thursday 24 June at 6pm online via Zoom. The LERF supports residents to decide on the priorities that need addressing on the estate, especially around regeneration, renewal and community improvement. There'll also be a question and answer session for residents to ask any questions of the panel.
If you'd like to attend the meeting or submit a question to be answered, please email Steve Hallett, Chair of the LERF on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Serpentine Court Steering Group
The next meeting of the Serpentine Court Steering Group is on Tuesday 8 June at 6.30pm online via Teams. If you'd like to attend, please email email@example.com for the joining instructions.