London Borough of Redbridge Developments

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In partnership with the London Borough of Redbridge, ENGIE, is building new homes across the Borough.

On this page you will find information on what we are building at each site, an update on the progress, any resident notifications, and specific contacts for each location.



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In partnership with the London Borough of Redbridge, ENGIE, is building new homes across the Borough.

On this page you will find information on what we are building at each site, an update on the progress, any resident notifications, and specific contacts for each location.


  • Halloween Greetings

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    23 Oct 2020
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    October brings cool, crisp nights and Halloween frights!

    ENGIE would like to wish all of our customers, clients and colleagues a Spooktacular Halloween!

    Many thanks for all your continued support.

    Stay safe and vigilant.


  • We Are Glad To Be Back!

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    29 Sep 2020
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    We have successfully been operating our sites again over the last few months, at a lower scale and capacity.

    We have all the necessary Covid safety measures in place and we are ensuring our workforce ahere to these rules and measures at all times.

    Safety is our absolute highest priority.


    To read the latest updates for each project please click on to the project specific pages on the right-hand side column.


    What ENGIE have been doing to support communities during COVID-19


    ENGIE’s COVID-19 response is structured around solidarity, continuity and ingenuity. Here’s some of what we’re doing:


    • Our energy centre team has moved to a 24/7 operation at London Nightingale Hospital , where we have strengthened the resilience of critical heating and cooling systems to meet demand.
    • Supported the construction of two further NHS Nightingale hospitals, with ENGIE staff volunteering to help with the build in Manchester, and with the provision of gas supply in Birmingham.
    • Providing key workers with free electric vehicle charging throughout the UK during the pandemic.
    • Over 2,000 ENGIE employees are delivering essential services across 36 NHS hospitals and Trusts to keep vital infrastructure operational and safe.
    • Implementing an accelerated payment scheme for all its small suppliers to help their cash flow situation at this difficult time.
  • Covid-19 Site Closures

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    31 Mar 2020
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    In light of the UK Government’s announcement regarding the measures introduced in the UK’s fight against the coronavirus, Covid-19, we have taken the decision to close all of our current sites, maintaining essential operations only, for the foreseeable future.

    Our sites where safely demobilise as a result of this decision. However during the closure we will be undertaking regular safety and security checks, carried out in line with Government guidelines. If you wish to contact us during this period, our contact details are shown on this website and on our site notice boards.

    Rest assured we are in constant discussions about this situation daily and we will inform you again once the position changes. We have everyone’s health, safety and welfare at the heart of our business and thank you for your understanding and support during this difficult period.


    The ENGIE team

  • Single Homeless Project (SHP)

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    23 Jan 2020
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    In November 19, ENGIE was delighted to support a London wide charity, Single Homeless Project (SHP) to refurbish one of its hostels, Jason Lee House, in Ilford.

    SHP works to prevent homelessness and to support vulnerable people to transform their lives. ENGIE provided materials and staff volunteers to transform the hostel’s garden area by creating raised planters, as well as decorating one of the communal rooms.


  • Skills Development Workshop

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    23 Jan 2020
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    In October 19, ENGIE was delighted to support young people in the borough to develop employ-ability skills.

    Working with national charity, Young Enterprise, our team supported a number of 16 & 17 year old students from New City College by taking part in a CV and interview challenge workshop.

    The workshop provided an insight into how students can explore different job opportunities, create a CV and set out realistic job goals. Feedback from the college was really positive, with students welcoming the advice and guidance received from volunteers.