Photos: Caryl Mann

Latest Update: Information Sessions were held on 24th and 25th July 2014 by the Council.

This is the website for the leafy and green Cressingham Gardens estate located next to the Brockwell Park in upper Tulse Hill, originally designed by Edward "Ted" Hollamby, a highly influential and heritage-listed architect, a champion of modern low-rise estates built in the 1970's.

Latest Updates

Open House

Keep weekend 21st/22nd Sep free. Cressingham Gardens has been accepted into London Open House because of its architecture and community. All welcomed to get involved! Budding historians, tour guides, organisers, volunteers, food & drink & other activities. http://events.londonopenhouse.org/building/19654

Regeneration Newsletter April 2013

The purpose of this newsletter is to provide an overview of the latest information regarding the Regeneration programme on Cressingham Gardens. We have endeavoured to write this with as much accuracy as possible based on what we currently know and understand as a TRA. However, there is still much work to be done over the coming months. We would like to encourage everyone to get involved in the ongoing discussion. Download (145.6 KB)

Estate Repairs Action Day - Sat 20th April

An Estate repairs action Day is scheduled for the 20th April with the Rotunda as focal point. Lambeth will provide food and the TRA teas and coffees. Also attending will be Benefits Advice officers, Recycing advice info and Community Safety officers. On the day we are hoping that the Rotunda will get some attention, jetwashing the roof and outside areas, fixing leaking toilets and radiators, and fixing loose light fittings.

(un)Secure tenancies

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While researching Tenants rights in relation the regeneration of Cressingham Gardens, we have discovered that Lambeth Council tenants currently have the most secure social housing that exists in th

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