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Ebury Bridge Estate

Westminster City Council’s major regeneration of the Ebury Bridge Estate, one of the area's oldest council estates, will create new places to live, work and shop.

11 existing buildings will be demolished and circa 750 new homes (half of them affordable) will be provided along with new shops and flexible workspaces on Ebury Bridge Road. The pedestrian-friendly scheme will also incorporate new public and green spaces as well as new cafes, a fitness centre and community hub.

Phase 1 is currently underway and will include demolition of four blocks and development of more than 200 new mixed-tenure homes and a public square.

G&T has been providing services on the development since RIBA Stage 0/1.

We are also working with Westminster City Council, ARUP, the designers and the rest of the supply chain to deliver a number of educational activities for the surrounding schools and residents of the borough. The aim is to create physical, social and economic sustainability for the neighbourhood with the help of the community.


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Social value activities

Ebury Winter Warmer 2021

G&T donated to support Ebury's Winter Warmer event. The contribution helped support residents on the Ebury estate who had been living with construction works taking place around them and provided them with hot foods and gifts for their households.

Ebury Bridge Edge Fest

Members of the G&T project team volunteered at Ebury Bridge's Edge Fest, a community event to meet with residents and showcase opportunities within the built environment. We also contributed to the cost of food for residents at the event.

Ebury Bridge Building Future Skills

Organised by Construction Youth Trust and the wider project team, G&T took part in the Ebury Building Future Skills event aimed at inspiring and engaging with young people about opportunities for future career development.

Ebury Winter Warmer 2022

G&T made a donation towards the cost of food for this event for the local community.

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