Coronavirus update from the Notting Hill Genesis Aylesbury team


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Information about how we are responding to the coronavirus pandemic will be updated here.

Notting Hill Genesis Aylesbury office

Our Notting Hill Genesis office in the Taplow Block on Thurlow Street is closed until further notice. This means that you will not be able to see us in person. However we are all still working and reachable. We encourage you to contact us by phone or by email using the contact details on this page. While we may not be able to provide all our usual services, we will help where we can.

Aylesbury regeneration sites

As you may know, works on our construction sites were voluntarily suspended by our contractors in March. This was due to government guidance on social distancing and use of public transport. However all Aylesbury regeneration sites are now open. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has asked construction to continue if it is possible to do so safely. The need for new homes is as acute as ever so it is important to continue this vital work wherever it is possible to do so.

All contractors on Aylesbury regeneration sites have introduced measures to ensure that activities on site are being carried out in accordance with government guidelines. Guidance from the Health and Safety Executive and the Construction Leadership Council is being followed. Workers travelling to site are avoiding public transport wherever possible.

Health and safety is of the highest priority. Arrangements are being kept under constant review to ensure the safety of site staff and the wider community.

Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) residents

The latest news about how we are responding to the coronavirus as an organisation will be updated here:  https://www.nhhg.org.uk/residents/coronavirus/

If you are a Notting Hill Genesis resident, you can find out more information by contacting your Housing Officer if you are a tenant, or your Property Management Officer if you are a leaseholder.

Health advice

Please follow the national guidance to stop coronavirus spreading.

If you or someone you live with has symptoms, you should follow the national guidance on self-isolation.

This page was last updated on 11th May 2020

Contact details

  • If you are over 25 and would like to find out about training and employment opportunities (including traineeships and apprenticeships) and the support we can offer, contact Valerie Alaro.
    Call or text: 07892 766804 Email: Valerie.Alaro@nhg.org.uk

  • If you are under 25 and would like to access training and employment opportunities (including traineeships and apprenticeships) and general support for young people, contact Chris Cotton.
    Call or text: 07775 411209 Email: Chris.Cotton@nhg.org.uk

  • If you are an Aylesbury Estate resident and need information about re-housing, including queries relating to Manor Place Depot and Peckham Place, contact Jada Guest. (Please note that Alex Lazarus has now moved to another team).
    Call or text: 07584 218137 Email: Jada.Guest@nhg.org.uk

  • For any other enquiries, please use the following contact details.
    Call or text: 07736 171737 Email: aylesbury@nhg.org.uk

 

Other useful websites

If you live in the London Borough of Southwark, it’s worth visiting the council’s website to find out information that may be relevant to you. Their coronavirus pages can be found here www.southwark.gov.uk/health-and-wellbeing/public-health/for-the-public/coronavirus

Creation Trust is a local charity committed to supporting residents living on the Aylesbury Estate. During the coronavirus outbreak, they are running online activities, for example, a photo competition for young people and a virtual book club. Visit www.creationtrust.org to find out more.

Pembroke House is a centre for social action and residential community in Walworth. They have set up a website to collate up-to-date information for people living in Walworth/SE17 during the coronavirus outbreak. Visit www.walworthse17.info

For young people, you may wish to visit InSpire youth club’s Instagram page at www.instagram.com/2inspireyouth to find out about activities you can take part in remotely during this time. You can also email zara@in-spire.org.uk to find out more.

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