Faraday House is the first block to be demolished on Wornington Green Estate to allow for the next block (Block 3) of new homes to be built. Faraday House has been reduced to ground level and the building’s foundations have now been removed in preparation for the new building work to start.
Moves into Block 1 have been further delayed by power supply issues. At the moment, temporary electrical power is being provided by diesel powered generators for all new homes in Block 1. We have recently had to increase the generators’ capacity to enable more people to move into their new homes.
Moves can now continue into Block 1 throughout October, including occupation of the mews houses on Munro Mews.
The electricity suppliers for the area – UK Power Networks have told us that permanent power will be installed by the end of October 2013. Once this is completed there will be a switch over to permanent power which will take about six weeks to complete.
Once the block is fully handed over and occupied, you will be able to see the full stretch of the new Bonchurch Road running between Wornington Road and Portobello Road.
We are very pleased that Maria Cunnea has joined the Ardmore team as the new Resident Liaison Officer for the Wornington Green redevelopment. Maria is based on-site and she is thefirst point of contact for the local community for any questions, queries or complaints about Ardmore’s construction activities. Maria can be contacted on 07747 862 022 or by email MCunnea@ardmoregroup.co.uk