Community Space for the Doddington & Rollo estate
Demand Community Space for the Doddington & Rollo estate
Estates work best when there are safe communal places for people of all ages to meet, spend time and build the bonds that make a community.
The Doddington & Rollo estate in North Battersea is home to over 3,700 people and since it was built 50 years ago, residents have said there is not enough space on the estate for people of all ages to come together.
There are spaces like the old Activity Centre on the ground floor of Arthur Court and the void space above the DRCA which would make important community resources for the estate but which have been left empty.
Following two murders and numerous other troubling incidents in the last year, now is the time to invest in our young people and give the estate the community space residents have been crying out for for decades.
If you believe that communities are important and that we need to invest in our young people, sign the petition. The Doddington has waited long enough.