Our housing commitment to Alton area residents

Redevelopment of Alton Estate in Roehampton

The Council has given notice that Redrow Homes Limited has applied to the Council for planning permission for the redevelopment of part of the Alton Estate in Roehampton as shown in the Planning Consultation Notice.

The details set out in this Notice are a summary of the proposed development. Details of the application, Environmental Statement, plans and other documents submitted with the application are available to view online at  by entering the reference number 2019/2516 in the Planning Quick Search. To view documents of the application including any drawings, please select View Associated Application Documents and Make Online Comments for Live Applications.

A paper copy of the application documents will also be available to view at Roehampton Library.

Planning officers will be available in the library to answer any questions you may have relating to the planning application documents at the following times:

  • Monday 24 June 2019: from 10am to 1pm
  • Saturday 6 July 2019: from 10am to 1pm
  • Wednesday 10 July 2019: from 4 to 7pm

You can view the electronic version of the application documents at the Town Hall Customer Care Centre located on Wandsworth High Street. You will also be able to view paper copies of the proposal at the Town Hall by making a request, giving at least 48 hours notice of your intention to visit the Planning Department, and stating the application files you wish to view. You can contact us by:

Comments should be submitted by Monday 22 July 2019, quoting the application reference number: 2019/2516. 
Any comments received later than this date will still be considered whilst the Local Planning Authority is assessing the planning application. If you would like more information or wish to discuss the application please contact Janet Ferguson on 020 8871 7959.

Our housing commitments to residents

Council tenants 

All council homes proposed to be demolished are being reprovided, with a newly-built home for all council tenants and additional social housing to be built.

If you are a council tenant of a property to be demolished, you will remain a secure tenant and retain your Right to Buy and be offered a newly-built home on the estate with no change in tenancy conditions.


Shared equity is offered for owner-occupiers, to maintain existing communities, as well as refurbished sheltered accommodation, with the works paid for by building properties for sale.

If you are an owner-occupier you will be offered a newly-built home through shared equity.


Fontley Way Consultation

Date: Thursday 14 March 2019 (from 5 to 8pm) and Saturday 16 March (from 10am to 1pm)
Location:  Manresa Clubroom (Fontley Way, SW15 4LY)

A key aim of the Alton estate regeneration is to ensure secure council tenants and resident homeowners are able to move directly into a newly built replacement home.

As part of this commitment and to ensure the needs of existing residents are met we are proposing to build 14 new family homes at Fontley Way (on the site of the former One O'clock Club). Designed to a high quality architectural standard, the proposed development will provide outdoor space for all homes, additional play space in the local area, and will meet or exceed the space requirements set out in the London Plan.

If you have any questions or require assistance getting to the venue please contact the Regeneration Team on 020 8871 6207.

More information

The redevelopment will be phased so that residents will not need to move until their new home is built.

Read the tenants' and leaseholders and freeholders' offer documents for more information.