Tybalds regeneration programme - Formal consultation

Closes 30 Jun 2020

Opened 25 Feb 2020


Tybalds estate regeneration programme: Formal consultation on Tybalds regeneration proposals  (Page last updated 15-4-20)

This is a formal consultation on the proposals for regeneration of the Tybalds Estate in Holborn. The consultation opened on 25 February 2020.

IMPORTANT NEWS: The consultation has been extended!

 In response to the social disruption caused by the Covid-19 virus, we have extended the duration of this consultation.

The formal consultation will now close at midnight on 30 June 2020.

But that will not be the end of consultation! - The regeneration team are commtted to continue to consult with and work together with Tybalds residents and the wider local community on an ongoing basis after the close of the formal consultation.

What is now proposed for Tybalds estate regeneration?

Key aspects of the latest proposals are:

  • 28 new Council homes on the estate, including 18 social housing homes and ten 'Camden Living' homes
  • 17 new-build homes and two plots of land would be sold on an outright basis to fund the redevelopment scheme
  • Landscaping improvements
  • Improved access to existing blocks Babington, Chancellors, Devonshire and Blemundsbury
  • A purpose-built community centre with two hall spaces
  • No one will have to move out of their home during the construction period.

View of Tybalds Square and the new Block C (Computer geentrated image) 

View of Tybalds Square and the new Block C with new community centre (Computer generated image)

More information please!
The leaflet ‘Tybalds regeneration – Summary of proposals', which you can download below, gives details of the proposals and a site-plan.
You can also download the following documents from the 'Related' section at the bottom of this page:

  • Detailed architectural proposals
  • Landscaping design proposals
  • A draft Local Lettings Policy
  • Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Tybalds Daylight/ Sunlight Report  
  • Proposed Accommodation Schedule
  • Notice of consultation letter
  • Feedback forms for your comments

These current proposals and all previous 2019 Tybalds regeneration plans are available as downloads from the Tybalds Regeneration Information page at www.tiny.cc/tybaldsregen. We can send you printed copies of any of these documents if you would like this.

Block B from Orde Hall Street (Computer generated image)

Block B from Orde Hall Street (Computer generated image)

Who can submit comments?
All Tybalds estate residents, members of the wider local community and local stakeholders are invited to comment on the proposals during the consultation period 25 February to 30 June 2020.

You can comment in the following ways:

  • Fill in the feedback form which we have delivered to every flat on the Tybalds estate and to the wider local area (Also available as a download print version from this page). Return the form in the prepaid envelope provided (no stamp is needed).
  • Email your comments to our dedicated feedback Inbox: tybaldsdevelopment@camden.gov.uk 
  • Download and complete a feedback form from this page and email it to us at tybaldsdevelopment@camden.gov.uk 

Unfortunately, during the Covid-19 lockdown period we are now unable to offer home visits to discuss the scheme and record your comments.

How can I contact the regeneration team?
If you have any queries, please contact us:

What happens after this formal consultation ends?
We will collate and analyse the feedback from residents collected during the formal consultation. Feedback results will be included in a report to be submitted to a meeting of the Cabinet of Camden Council on 1 July 2020 detailing the proposed scheme and asking the Cabinet to consider whether the project should be taken forward.

If Cabinet approval is given, we will be making final adjustments to the proposals, bearing in mind all the feedback we have received, and then aiming to submit an application for planning permission to Camden’s planning committee in September/ October 2020.

Windmill sidebuild from New North Street (Computer generated image)

Summary of Tybalds regeneration proposals


  • Holborn and Covent Garden


  • Businesses
  • Community and voluntary groups
  • Council tenants
  • Leaseholders
  • Local groups and organisations
  • Residents
  • Ward Councillors


  • Community and living
  • Environment
  • Housing
  • Transport and streets