Eastend Homes is carrying out a major programme of improvement works to its estates to ensure that homes meet the Decent Homes standard.
Use our Decent Homes Work Timetable to check what work is planned for your home. This is continually updated.
What is the Decent Homes Standard?
In simple terms, the Decent Homes Standard means homes must be safe, wind and watertight, provide reasonably modern kitchens and bathrooms and have effective and efficient heating.
This means repairing or replacing various building components if they are both old and in poor condition, such as:
windows & doors
What work is planned and when will the work take place?
Decent Homes works are currently taking place right across all estates and residents are already seeing the benefits.
The programme of work is divided into two parts. The first comprises internal improvement works inside your home, mainly new kitchens and bathrooms, front doors and rewiring and heating where necessary.
The second part involves external refurbishment works outside your home, such as repairing or renewing roofs and windows, other structural work, plus works to shared facilities and communal areas in individual blocks and estates, such as block entrances, refuse systems and paved areas. This external work is being done for the benefit of both tenants and leaseholders.
Please note that certain external works to blocks and estates are subject to further consultation and/or planning approval and funding availability. This work is described in broad details in the Decent Homes Works Timetable.
To find out the planned timeframe for works to your block or street, you can: