HAM CLOSE REGENERATION PROGRAMME
RHP (Richmond Housing Partnership) is the freeholder of the 192 flats at Ham Close and together with Richmond Council they own much of the land in the area. The flats at Ham Close are of poor construction, with poor insulation by today’s standards. Many have condensation/damp issues. In addition, there are no lifts, leaving a number of flats inaccessible to people with disabilities. RHP and Richmond Council are therefore working with the local community to develop plans to improve Ham Close.
In 2013, The Prince’s Foundation for Building Communities, were invited by RHP and Richmond Council to work with residents, businesses and local organisations, to consider the future of Ham Close. They produced a report which highlighted the principles on which any future vision for the area should be based.
These web pages present the latest proposals for Ham Close and aim to provide you with a one stop shop for information and the latest news.
Regeneration update meeting documents now available
Documents related to the November 2020 update meeting can be found here.
Latest RHP newsletter now published
Read the latest update on Ham Close here.
Ham Close regeneration update meeting
To watch the recording of the meeting click here.