Douglas Bader Park
Find out why we're investing in a new future for Douglas Bader Park.
The Home Group team
Davina Imbuldeniya (Senior regeneration manager - engagement) will be leading on the consultation and engagement process as well as planning the overall decant programme.
Brian Patterson (Senior regeneration development and delivery manager) will lead the planning, design and delivery process, from the design stage through to construction and completion. He will work alongside our development partner, Hill Partnerships.
Sonia Watson (Community relationship manager) is part of the operations team and is working closely with customers to identify community and social initiatives you would like to see at Douglas Bader Park.
Yvette Richards (Regeneration officer) is the dedicated Regeneration Officer for all customer queries and moves as part of the regeneration. Yvette manages new home allocations and will be working closely with customers as we move forward with the regeneration. Yvette's experience lies in supporting customers and delivering move programmes, making sure all of our customers receive support and information throughout the engagement process.
Liz Owusu (Regeneration officer) works alongside Yvette and is also the point of contact for all customer queries. Liz will be supporting residents who express a permanent move away from Douglas Bader Park. Liz has an extensive background in supported housing.
Hill Partnerships is our development partner. A recognised industry-leading house builder, providing quality, distinctive new homes across London and the south east. They’ve worked with a number of housing associations to regenerate estates across London.
Levitt Bernstein is an architecture, landscape architecture and urban design practice established in 1968 by David Levitt and David Bernstein with studios in London and Manchester. With experience of working with housing associations, local authorities, and private developers, Levitt Bernstein's long-standing commitment to housing and urban design is balanced by many projects in the arts, education and cultural sectors, as well as health, offices, retail and community-based schemes.