Cocks Crescent

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Event Update
As well as some engaging and well attended pop-up events in early July, we were pleased to welcome 28 local people to the co-design workshop on Saturday 13 July. Residents undertook a site visit and got involved in helping to shape the future identity of the Cocks Crescent site through discussions on themes such as public open space, community facilities and approach to height.

There’s still availability for those wishing to sign up to the next workshop on 27 July:

Workshop 2 
DATE: Saturday 27 July 
TIME: 11am – 3pm
LOCATION: The Malden Centre, Blagdon Road, KT3 4AF

Workshop 2 will focus on testing options informed by Workshop 1. We will explore movement, layout, building form, height and materials. The workshop will help to identify acceptable uses and scale of development that will inform the Design and Development Brief.

RSVP to Workshop
If you would like to attend please register at: www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/cocks-crescent by 22nd July.

 

Summer 2019

We are now working with Fluid to start a co-design process with the community. This will help to shape the Design and Development Brief for the future development partner for the site. 

Two workshops will be held in July as follows:

Workshop 1
DATE: Saturday 13 July
TIME: 12.30pm - 4.30pm
LOCATION: The Malden Centre, Blagdon Road, KT3 4AF

Starting with a Walk & Talk around the site, Workshop 1 will focus on defining the character and identity for the future Cocks Crescent site with the local community.

Discussion topics will include:

  • Creating a ‘new heart’ for New Malden
  • Establishing an identity and sense of place
  • Developing principles for the character and ‘look and feel’ for the site
  • Locating key open spaces and facilities
  • Understanding how the community will benefit from the development
Workshop 2 
DATE: Saturday 27 July 
TIME: 11am – 3pm
LOCATION: The Malden Centre, Blagdon Road, KT3 4AF

Workshop 2 will focus on testing options informed by Workshop 1. We will explore movement, layout, building form, height and materials. The workshop will help to identify acceptable uses and scale of development that will inform the Design and Development Brief.

You can download our informational leaflet here: "Have your say on the future of Cocks Crescent".

RSVP to Workshops
If you would like to attend one or both of the co-design workshops please register at: www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/cocks-crescent by Monday 8 July.

Prior to the co-design workshops we will be popping up in New Malden to share information on the Cocks Crescent site and gather the ideas and aspirations of the local community.

Pop-up 1
DATE: Saturday 6 July 
TIME: 9am – 1pm  
LOCATION: New Malden Farmers Market, New Malden High Street

Pop-up 2
DATE: Thursday 11 July 
TIME: 4pm – 7pm
LOCATION: New Malden Station (Coombe Road)

Opt-in to Project Updates
If you would like to receive project updates via email, please visit www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/cocks-crescent to register your interest by clicking on the ‘stay informed’ button on the webpage. 


 

June 2019

The council have appointed an independent consultant, Fluid Design, to work alongside officers to undertake the co-design process. Fluid Design have expertise of working with local stakeholders and residents to listen and understand the issues, needs and ambitions of a project or place and co-produce imaginative and inspirational responses.

Fluid will be running community workshops and drop-in sessions in the local area, you may also see them at some of the local events taking place in New Malden over the summer.

In the meantime, if you’d like to share your views or ask a question, please visit www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/cocks-crescent.

 

Spring 2019

As part of the next stage of the Cocks Crescent site redevelopment, the council will be starting a co-design engagement process with the community, starting in June 2019. This process has been informed following the report from Create Streets, an independent consultant which outlined thoughts on the engagement process so far. Please visit our “how we got to where we are” section for more information.  This initiative will help shape the next stage of the process which is the development of a Design and Development Brief for the site.