About the project

Swan already owns and manages the Exmouth Estate.

Since taking on management of the estate in May 2006, we have carried out Decent Homes works to improve the living conditions of our residents. As well as making some improvements to the pavements, roads, lighting and planting, we’ve also added traffic calming measures.

We have always had plans to carry out larger works to make Exmouth a better place to live, work and socialise.

We have been granted funding by the Greater London Authority to deliver much needed affordable homes on the redevelopment site.

We want to create an Exmouth Estate where people can continue to live and thrive.

We are working towards submitting a Planning Application to the Local Authority for the provision of affordable homes in March/April 2021. The application will also include making improvements to the estate and the re-provision of community space. As well as improved roads, pavements, trees and planting.

We are in the process of creating a detailed plan for the development. To help us make sure that this best meets the needs of the community, we've been consulting with estate residents since September 2019. We have set up the Exmouth Residents’ Steering Group (ERSG) - a group of residents that are helping with the design process. The ERSG is being chaired by an Independent Resident Liaison Advisor, who was chosen by the ERSG members to chair the meetings.

We have also been working with the local community through our Think Big project to promote careers in regeneration, construction and planning. You can find out more about the project here.

*The Exmouth Estate is shown by the blue boundary line. We are only proposing redevelopment to the front of Commercial Road, the area shown by the red boundary line.

Jeremy Arnold

Project Director

He is responsible for several large housing-led projects for Swan, providing new, affordable homes and improving local areas.

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Sean Kelly

Development Manager

He has worked for Swan for seven years and has been involved in several mixed tenure housing schemes.

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Caroline Richardson

Head of Resident Involvement and Community Development

She is committed to making sure that residents’ voices are heard so that they can help to shape services.

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Greg Pitt

Barton Wilmore, Associate Planner

He has lots of experience in urban development and will manage the town planning aspects of the project.

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Mark Keegan

Levitt Bernstein, Lead Architect

Mark has many years experienced working on similar redevelopment schemes, some of which have also been in Tower Hamlets.

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Ian Simpson

Communities First Independent Resident Liaison Adviser for Exmouth Residents Steering Group

Ian has 25 years experience supporting tenants and leaseholders on housing redevelopment and major works scheme. He is happy to discuss any questions or concerns you may have in confidence, at any time.

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