Hartnoll Road Group External Communal Area Improvements

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4 photos of natural play areas consisting of balance beams, boulders, play trail equipment and an accessible basket swing

Islington Council and the Thriving Neighbourhoods programme is committed to improving and transforming shared spaces on estates in Islington, with the intention of leaving a legacy that positively benefits the residents and builds on strengthening the community.

We are working in partnership with residents, to provide them with an opportunity to tell us what improvements they want to see and be actively involved in making a positive change to their communities and neighbourhoods.

We are looking to improve the external communal grassed area central to all blocks and transform it into an attractive community space.

This could include;

- Planting,

- Natural play equipment

- Planters for community gardening

- Wildlife improvements (bug hotels, bird boxes, insect friendly planting)

- New seating and making the estate more welcoming.

Do you have any suggestions or more ideas for Hartnoll Road Group communal outdoor spaces?

This is an opportunity for you to tell us what improvements you want to see and be actively involved in making a positive change to your community and neighbourhood. We want you to be proud of where you live and be empowered to make a positive difference.

We are looking to fund projects that promote community cohesion, allowing people to come together and improve their mental and physical wellbeing.

How you can get involved

If you're a resident living in one of the blocks on Hartnoll Road ( Radford House, Hartnoll House, Westbrook House, Willow Court, 43-75 Eden Grove/1-13 Geary Street) we asked you to complete a survey at the end of 2023, we have now reviewed your feedback and are developing designs. Once we have these we will again engage with you to understand your views on the proposals.

How we will use your feedback

We have reviewed all responses from the survey in late 2023, identified improvements that can be made from this feedback and are exploring what is feasible to implement.

Pop Up

A pop-up stall will be planned for summer 2024 where residents will have further opportunities to share their ideas and hopes for the space. During the day we will share initial design ideas for the estate and residents will be able to highlight their views on the proposals. The design team will be developing a sketch design based on your survey feedback.

The Next Steps

Following review of resident feedback we identified a few minor improvements that we could make quickly and we will be proceeding with these.

We will also be working with a designer to develop some natural play proposals for consultation in the summer at a pop up event (date to be confirmed).





Islington Council and the Thriving Neighbourhoods programme is committed to improving and transforming shared spaces on estates in Islington, with the intention of leaving a legacy that positively benefits the residents and builds on strengthening the community.

We are working in partnership with residents, to provide them with an opportunity to tell us what improvements they want to see and be actively involved in making a positive change to their communities and neighbourhoods.

We are looking to improve the external communal grassed area central to all blocks and transform it into an attractive community space.

This could include;

- Planting,

- Natural play equipment

- Planters for community gardening

- Wildlife improvements (bug hotels, bird boxes, insect friendly planting)

- New seating and making the estate more welcoming.

Do you have any suggestions or more ideas for Hartnoll Road Group communal outdoor spaces?

This is an opportunity for you to tell us what improvements you want to see and be actively involved in making a positive change to your community and neighbourhood. We want you to be proud of where you live and be empowered to make a positive difference.

We are looking to fund projects that promote community cohesion, allowing people to come together and improve their mental and physical wellbeing.

How you can get involved

If you're a resident living in one of the blocks on Hartnoll Road ( Radford House, Hartnoll House, Westbrook House, Willow Court, 43-75 Eden Grove/1-13 Geary Street) we asked you to complete a survey at the end of 2023, we have now reviewed your feedback and are developing designs. Once we have these we will again engage with you to understand your views on the proposals.

How we will use your feedback

We have reviewed all responses from the survey in late 2023, identified improvements that can be made from this feedback and are exploring what is feasible to implement.

Pop Up

A pop-up stall will be planned for summer 2024 where residents will have further opportunities to share their ideas and hopes for the space. During the day we will share initial design ideas for the estate and residents will be able to highlight their views on the proposals. The design team will be developing a sketch design based on your survey feedback.

The Next Steps

Following review of resident feedback we identified a few minor improvements that we could make quickly and we will be proceeding with these.

We will also be working with a designer to develop some natural play proposals for consultation in the summer at a pop up event (date to be confirmed).





Page last updated: 18 Jun 2024, 04:32 PM