Elm Grove Regeneration

Working together there is an opportunity for us to reshape our community, green spaces, homes, and workspaces across the borough, and we need your help to do that.

We will see an increase in Sutton’s population. We need to improve the quality and quantity of local housing, and we need to ensure that there are new jobs created.

We need to anchor our town and district centres as key destinations, and ensure their success as places that people want to visit.
We are inviting residents and local businesses to discuss possibilities for the Elm Grove Estate and the immediate surrounding area.

We want to know what works, what doesn’t and where changes could be made to the area to make better use of space and create an attractive place to live, visit and work.

Councillor Jayne McCoy, Chair, Housing, Economy and Business Committee. Sutton Council. 16th June 2017 

To create a preferred option for Elm Grove a series of consultation sessions will take place over the next 8 months. Led by Community Architects Levitt Bernstein and as part of a collaborative process, local residents and businesses will have the opportunity to shape the future of Elm Grove Estate and the immediate surrounding area.

Workshop 2 – Saturday 29th July 2017

In workshop 2 we ask for your opinion on our early ideas for Elm Grove. You can access information shared at the second workshop and leave your comments via our online consultation platform Stickyworld.

The consultation platform for Elm Grove is only available to residents and businesses located within the project area. Email us at estateregeneration@sutton.gov.uk to receive your personal login details.

Workshop 1 – Thursday 22nd July and Saturday 24th June 2017

In our first workshops, we asked residents and businesses located in Elm Grove to tell us what works, what doesn’t and where changes can be made to make better use of space.

Feedback from this first workshops may be viewed here

If you have any questions regarding the Elm Grove Community Plan, please don’t hesitate to get in touch:

Tel: 020 8770 4162