Townhill Park Estate Regeneration

Townhill Park regeneration

The regeneration of Townhill Park will replace old council housing stock with over six-hundred brand new energy efficient council homes. 56 of these homes have already been delivered with another 273 currently being designed and further plots to come forward.

The regeneration is about more than new homes, it is about creating a better neighbourhood and environment for communities to thrive in. To date, we have also delivered £3.75million worth of neighbourhood improvements across Townhill Park including traffic-calming measures and a new green space in the heart of the community, Townhill Green.

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Find out more about current projects

Update on Affordable Housing Framework SHOW

Demolition of Part of Plot 5 (Benhams Road) and Plot 9 (Rowlands Walk) SHOW

Update on Plots 2 (Meggeson Avenue, Townhill Way, Paulet Close and Cutbush Lane boundary), Plot 9 (Rowlands Walk) and Plot 10 (Copse Road site) SHOW

Update on Plot 7 (Kingsdown Way) SHOW

Update on Plot 6 (Meggeson Avenue shops with former pub site) SHOW

Update on Plot 12 (254-274 Meggeson Avenue) and Plot 13 (289-309, 311-331 Meggeson Avenue) SHOW

Completed projects

56 new council homes off Roundhill Close (Plot 1) SHOW

Townhill Green, a new community greenspace (Plot 8) SHOW

Meggeson Avenue road improvements SHOW

Working at the heart of the community

Community engagement plays a vital role in ensuring the regeneration of Townhill Park delivers affordable, energy efficient and quality homes for local people who feel at home in their neighbourhood.

We are now working with THRILL (Townhill Regeneration Is Leaving Legacy) which is a resident-led group that has been set up after SO18 Big Local’s departure.

THRILL will continue to champion the voice of residents within the council’s Estate Regeneration programme. Contact THRILL to find out more, join their mailing list and get involved:


Decommissioning is when the council decides to redevelop a property which means the tenants and leaseholders would be required to move out. The decommissioning of Townhill Park is required so the council can redevelop new housing as part of the regeneration of the estate.

View more information and the latest decommissioning programme.

Initial Demolition Notice (IDN) at Townhill Park

All council tenants who live within the Townhill Park Regeneration area and are affected by the decommissioning and demolition programme have received a formal Initial Demolition Notice that the council is proposing to demolish their home by 31 December 2025.

View more information, FAQs and the official IDN.