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Below are details of our current consultations.

63-78 Featherstone, Blindley Heath

We are proposing redeveloping the council owned properties at 63-78 Featherstone. We intend to apply for planning approval to replace the existing properties with 16 new two and three bedroom family homes.

We are proposing this change because the current one bedroom and bedsit homes at 63-78 Featherstone are of a poor standard. They have suffered from condensation and dampness for many years which is expensive to repair at around £650,000.

The new homes will be net zero carbon, helping us become a greener and more sustainable district, tackling climate change. We think redeveloping them into modern replacement buildings is a better approach.

106-128 Wolfs Wood, Oxted

We are proposing redeveloping the council owned properties at 106-128 Wolfs Wood. We intend to apply for planning approval to replace the existing properties and adjoining garages with 13 new one, two and three bedroom houses and flats.

We are proposing this change because the current three blocks of flats are small, outdated and have poor energy performance. The garages at the properties have also suffered from structural failure.

The new homes will be net zero carbon, helping us become a greener and more sustainable district, tackling climate change. We think redeveloping them into modern replacement buildings is a better approach.

What happens next?

If our Planning Committee and Full Council approves our plans to redevelop these properties, we will help move tenants who currently live there to other homes and we expect to submit planning applications in October, when formal planning consultations will take place.

If tenants of these homes want to give their views on these proposals, they should do so by 12pm on Friday 30 April 2021 by e-mailing spaxton@tandridge.gov.uk or writing to:

Sarah Paxton
Housing Development Specialist
Tandridge District Council
The Council Offices
8 Station Road East
Oxted RH8 0BT

Please include your name and address in any response.

All representations received by 12pm on 30 April 2021 will be considered before we decide whether or not to proceed with the proposals.

Housing Act 1985 Section 105 consultations

Under Section 105 of the Housing Act 1985, we have a legal obligation to consult tenants of our buildings on matters of housing management where the changes are likely to substantially affect secure tenants.

Housing management covers changes to the management, maintenance, improvement or demolition of homes let by the Council under secure tenancies, or changes to the provision of services or amenities in connection with such homes.