The ‘hybrid’ planning application, which is the overarching plan for the entire estate, has been approved.
In the meantime, plans are being developed for the first phase of the project, which will see the removal of Quantock and development on the Essex Street car park.
We will continue to keep you updated. Check this website for all the latest news.
Updated 31 August
As Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted and we begin to return to ‘business as usual’, Porters Place Southend-on-Sea LLP is aware that we must move forwards with care to keep everyone safe. We have been working very hard to create the right responses to what continues to be an evolving situation and we have followed government advice on this issue to date and will continue to do so.
We understand that some residents still may not feel comfortable returning to pre-Covid-19 social contact and we may still have to adapt our usual service/s to reflect reduced staffing levels due to staff self-isolating because of Covid-19.
In line with Government advice, we are continuing to work on the regeneration of the Queensway estate. Porters Place Southend-on-Sea LLP would like to reassure you that the Better Queensway project is progressing as planned.
The project team are continuing to work with our architects, highways and transport consultants, engineering experts and our town planning consultants, to ensure we can bring you a Better Queensway. We have received planning approval for the masterplan including the highway changes. Ground work investigations and site surveys for the Better Queensway redevelopment have also been completed.
As part of Porters Place Southend-on-Sea LLP, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Swan Housing Association together with South Essex Homes, who continue to manage the Queensway Estate on behalf of Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, send you our continued support and look forward to meeting you at our upcoming events.
For any emergency concerns with your property, please contact South Essex Homes by phone on 0800 833 160. South Essex Homes urge residents to only report emergency and essential repairs by phone. These include: Loss of heating for vulnerable residents, i.e. chronically sick and elderly, complete loss of power, gas leaks, major water leaks, total loss of both hot water and heating, large dumped rubbish items causing a fire risk or health and safety risk. For all other repairs please email: [email protected]