Making a positive difference in the communities we work is a vital part of our sustainability strategy. Our Community Investment Group supports our project teams in the delivery of local community engagement projects and are dedicated to maintaining communications with neighbours and the surrounding community. If you have any questions, please do get in touch with the teach, who are keen to help in any way she can.
Out of normal working hours, you can contact our out-of-hours hotline on 07432 348 818. This is available from 6pm-7am on weekdays, and from 1pm on Saturdays through to 7am on Monday mornings. This number is also available on Bank Holidays when the site is closed. It will go through to our security team, who will then contact the project team accordingly.
We are also a member of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, which has a Code of Considerate Practice designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements.
This page will provide a snapshot of activities we have been undertaking in the local community.
Have your say – Residents Forum Survey
We want you to help us shape the future of the Britannia Residents’ Forum.
We’ve compiled a short survey for our residents to find out more about what you want from the forum and your communications preferences. Please click here to complete the survey and have your say.
Making a difference
The date of the next Britannia Residents’ Forum has been agreed for Monday 28 October. This will be held in our site office meeting room. Cllr Steve Race has agreed to chair the meeting. Click below to download the flyer for the event.
We held our first residents’ meeting in July. The event offered an opportunity for our neighbours and other interested parties to learn about the project and meet some members of the team. You can download the presentation and minutes from this meeting.
We have installed some double yellow lines to the side of the Britannia Leisure Centre access ramp to help prevent vehicles parking in this location. We have also replaced the ‘No Parking’ yellow line signs to the Mawson Court entrance at the request of a local resident, as a gesture of goodwill.
Benches on the move
We have relocated and reused six existing benches from the old tennis court area as a goodwill gesture as opposed to these being demolished. You will notice the benches around Shoreditch Park.
Following the closure of the Britannia Leisure Centre car park, we have now installed a disabled parking bay in Northport Street.