Welcome to the Millbank Estate website
On this site you’ll find information about Millbank estate and the Millbank Estate Management Organisation (MEMO), its history, links and useful information for our residents, being it tenants or leaseholders, and other stakeholders, updates on what’s happening in our community and ways to contact the Millbank Estate management.
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Having just been granted a licence from Westminster City Council, on Friday 1st August we will be setting up the delivery pitlane to service Abell and Cleland House.
The designated, safe unloading zone protects pedestrians and passing traffic from the heavy items being lifted from the back of lorries by the tower cranes. It will be in place until early 2016.
Temporary traffic signals will be installed on John Islip Street as the road will be reduced to one lane, although two way traffic will still be maintained.
The pitlane will be set up within the normal working hours.
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact John Shirley of SP Broadway on
0203 405 3460
A programme of events and activities that connect people across the UK with Parliament and democracy
In The House
The House of Commons is opening Portcullis House up to young people from across London for the day. Come along and find out how to get more engaged with the issues that matter to you!
In the House will feature a fantastic array of music and arts performances, debates and discussions about the issues that matter to you and how you can make your voice heard.
There will be performances from young people from across London, guest appearances from well-known artists, poets and inspiring speakers throughout the day. There will also be a market place where you can explore opportunities to get involved, get your voice heard and make a difference.
This event is being run by the Greater London Authority, Parliament Week, Rock Solid Media and A New Direction.
Capacity is limited; therefore entrance to the event is by booking only. If you would like to attend, bring your friends, members of your group, family or organisation please register by emailing email@example.com.
Cost to attend
Free of charge
Saturday 15 Nov 2014, 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Greater London Authority
Portcullis House, Bridge Street, London, SW1A 2LW
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Please click for the MEMO communique 16.7.14
Just a reminder that the Community Private View is on at Tate Britain this Friday evening 4 July from 18.30 to 20.30. It would be lovely to see you and it’s a great chance to catch up with neighbours, have a glass of wine and enjoy some great art and activities. This event is part of South West Fest.
You don’t need a ticket to get in, the doors will be open and please enter from the Manton Entrance (down the ramp) opposite Chelsea College of Art.
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Get involved click on link and find out about the National Federation of TMO’s youth movement – TMO YOUTH ENGAGEMENT RESIDENTIAL VIDEO BRIEFING
Great success for the new musical Passport to Pimlico which premiered with a mass Picnic in Millbank Garden. All supported by Millbank Estate. Millbank Resident Irene Carter said: “I had so much fun. It was
Westminster’s Millbank Estate was recognised with 2 national awards at this year’s annual NFTMO Conference in Stratford upon Avon, held during a June weekend. Millbank Estate is not only known for its beautiful red-brick mansion blocks and planted Courtyards that signify the area in the Tate Britain neighbourhood. It is also known for its low crime and anti-social behaviour rate and its growing engagement in the community. Nominated during May in 3 categories, Millbank was honoured by winning in 2. They are:
Initiative in the community
Initiative in tackling anti-social-behaviour.
Earlier this year, Millbank Estate was already awarded national Guide TMO status.
The awards are the result of hard work by staff and management board members of Westminster’s largest TMO (Tenant Management Organisation). In 1997 residents of Milbank estate formed a not-for-profit Limited company MEMO (Millbank Estate Management Organisation) utilising the “Right to Manage” and established a management agreement under which they provide almost all estate management and housing services. Over the past 5 years, a change management programme was introduced by a new board consisting of annually elected resident representatives. A new Modular Management Agreement and funding arrangement was shaped with Westminster City Council involving its ALMO Citywest Homes. Policies and staff arrangements were reviewed and a new team leader was engaged. This has resulted in a wide range of new activities, significant improvements and a strong, supportive relationship with Westminster City Council.
With a mandate from its residents, Millbank Estate is currently moving towards undertaking a fundamental strategic review exploring the possibilities that are offered under the current Government’s Localism Bill and other changes in legislation.
Millbank estate consists of 17 mansion blocks named after distinguished painters such as Turner, Gainsborough and Reynolds. The 561 flats contained are extremely thought after and occupied by 55 percent leaseholders and 45 percent Council tenants.