The Regeneration Team is responsible for the day-to-day management of the regeneration estates in Barnet. Regeneration plans are either taking place or are planned for Grahame Park, Whitefields and Dollis Valley.
Find out more
- Click here to see some frequently asked questions about regeneration.
- For more information about individual schemes, click here to go to Barnet Council’s website.
We encourage residents on regeneration estates to get involved in our services and community projects. To find out more, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 020 8080 6587
Regeneration Update – June 2022
Barnet Council is currently regenerating the following estates across the borough: Dollis Valley, Whitefields and Grahame Park. These projects will require a number of residents to vacate their properties.
Although households who have secure tenancies are guaranteed a new home on the regeneration estates, those with non-secure tenancies are not. Therefore, non-secure residents are being supported by Barnet Homes to move elsewhere. Click here for more information.
The table below shows an update on future regeneration projects. All dates are subject to change.
|Estate||Blocks||Vacant possession date|
|Dollis Valley||64-106, 122-156 Millbridge||31/08/2022|
|Whitefields CP02||Anderson Court, Claremont Way, Dyson Court, Rawlinson Court, Whitefield Avenue||30/04/2023
|Whitefields CP02||Clare Point, Norden Point, Whychcote Point||29/02/2024|
|Folland, Galey, Gates, Heracles, Gauntlet||31/01/2024|
|Hector, Hudson, Merlin||31/05/2024|
Before residents move…
Before residents move from these blocks, they will be assessed by our Regeneration Decants Officers who may contact residents 12-18 months before they need to move to carry out a housing needs assessment.
For more information, contact the Regeneration Service on:
0208 080 6587 or email@example.com
The importance of making a Community Contribution
We have been successful in rehousing residents within the borough of Barnet and in neighbouring boroughs, partly thanks to the fact that they are making a ‘community contribution’ by working, volunteering, or being in training or education. Increased priority is given to those making a community contribution, which in most cases boosts a customer’s chance of being allocated accommodation in, or around, their current neighbourhood.
This is, as always, dependent on the availability of properties. However, making a community contribution will always give a customer greater priority for accommodation.
For help with searching for a job, contact JobCentre in Hendon on 0800 1690190.
You can also contact BOOST for benefit advice ,skills and well-being services https://boostbarnet.org/
For more information…
We have created a frequently asked questions sheet for non-secure tenants on regeneration estates. Please click here to read these if you have any questions about the regeneration project. Alternatively, for more information, contact the Regeneration Team on:
- 0208 080 6587
Click here for further information on Barnet Council’s Allocation Scheme.