This page provides information on key contacts at Hackney if you have any issues and updates on the regenration of Kings Crescent

Estate Issues

There are various Hackney departments involved in the management of Kings Crescent.

Here are some useful contacts if you need to report any issues:



Anti-social behaviour:

Copy in: for issues in and around older blocks for issues in and around the newer blocks

For anti-social behaviour concerns you can also report to:

Bianca Rembrandt (Community Safety and Principal Enforcement Officer) 

Local police 

There will be quarterly ‘Enhanced’ TRA meetings, which are are attended by Hackney representatives and are a place for residents to discuss estate concerns. These happen in October, January, May and August.

To see what was discussed in previous ERTA meetings you can find the minutes posted in the relevant event page.

Regeneration Updates

Kings Crescent is in the middle of a massive regneration. The Northside older blocks were refurbished and new blocks were completed in 2017 and we are now heading into phases 3 & 4.

The Southside blocks are due to be refurbished with new entrances, balconies etc, plus there will be another phase of building new blocks and a central communal space. You can see the latest updates here:

You can also join the ‘Kings Crescent Estate regeneration’ Facebook group to see updates.

Projected timeline for refurbishment of Southside blocks and building of new blocks:

  • Sign-off of the contract should happen in March 2021 after the tender process and the negotiation
  • The refurbishment works should start in October 2021 and complete around Oct 2022
  • Entire project including new builds should be complete by Summer 2024

Please be aware this is a rough projection and timelines can slip!


Above images are the architect’s designs for what Kings Crescent will look like after phases 3 & 4 are complete

  1. View from next to Bramfield & Rushden Courts looking down the play street towards Clissold Park
  2. The proposed Public Square with Theobalds Court in the background
  3. View from Clissold Park entrance opposite Sainsburys

For further information on the proposed designs see:

Hackney’s Website:

Architects website:

You can also read the minutes of the Resident Steering Group (RSG) meetings posted within the events pages on this website