Frequently Asked Questions

+ Contact & Communityx
+ How do I get involved in the Community Working Group?

Membership of the Community Working Group is by invitation only. Email CommunityLiaison@mountanvil.com to ask Mari Chisholm for more information.

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+ Are security staff on site 24 hours a day?

Security will be based on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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+ Who do I call if I see anything suspicious?

If you have any concerns please use the out of hours phone number available on our contact page.

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+ How do I contact the Project Manager?

Email CommunityLiaison@mountanvil.com to contact Hampstead Manor's Project Manager via Mari Chisholm, your Community Liaison Officer.

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+ Mount Anvilx
+ What safety credentials does Mount Anvil have?

We have been the British Safety Council's number one company in the UK for Health and Safety across all sectors for the last two years. We hold the highest ever Health and Safety audit score awarded by the BSC (5 star rating, a score of 99.93%) and have won two prestigious Swords of Honour recognising our outstanding commitment to workplace safety.

Our world-class Health and Safety culture was also recognised last year with three Considerate Constructor Awards, and this year with a CCS Gold Award for showing the highest levels of consideration towards the public, the environment, our sites and our staff. We were also recently one of only 30 organisations worldwide to receive a BSC International Safety Award with distinction.

Find out more.

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+ The Projectx
+ How many homes will the development create?

The project includes the creation of 156 new homes.

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+ When will the project be completed?

The completion of the Hampstead Manor project is scheduled for Q4 2018.

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+ What are the site's working hours?

8am-6pm Monday to Friday.

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+ Who is the main contractor for the redevelopment?

Mount Anvil is both the developer and main contractor for the Hampstead Manor redevelopment.

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+ What will happen to existing buildings on site?

The majority of the project is built around the sensitive restoration and conversion of the site's five Grade II listed buildings. All listed buildings will be restored in accordance with the relevant listed building consents. Elsewhere on site redevelopment work designed to create new green spaces, improve biodiversity and best protect and complement those listed buildings will include some demolition work. Please see our full handover plan [TP1] for more details.

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+ How many of those new homes are affordable housing?

31 of these new homes will be affordable housing.

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+ Will the site be working on Saturdays?

Mount Anvil have planning permission to work on Saturdays between 8am – 1pm. Should Mount Anvil need to work on Saturdays the local community will be notified in advance.

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+ Biodiversity & Environmentx
+ What does SINC mean?

SINC stands for a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation. Local sites are designated by local authorities in cooperation with the County Wildlife Trusts, RIGS Groups or Geology Trusts, or their equivalents. Find out more.

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+ Will the open spaces be publicly accessible after completion?

Yes. Mount Anvil intends for the green spaces created and improved by the project to be open for use by the whole community.

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+ What will happen to existing on-site ecology?

We have a detailed plan to manage, safeguard and enhance on-site ecology. Find out more on the biodiversity and environment page.

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+ Which trees on site will be felled and which will be retained?

For information on the felling of specific trees, including dates, visit the biodiversity and environment page.

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+ Traffic Managementx
+ How will traffic be managed in the area?

8 highly trained and experienced traffic marshals will oversee the safe and proper movement of site traffic and pedestrians in accordance with our Traffic Management Plan.

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+ Will parking for subcontractors be provided on site?

Subcontractors and all Mount Anvil staff are not permitted to drive to site. There is no parking provision on site, and we are encouraging all staff and subcontractors to use public transport or alternative modes of transport to get in to work.

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