Hodges Square Estate Regeneration


Hodges Square is a 1960’s housing estate consisting of five blocks of maisonettes and six houses in the Butetown ward. During community consultation residents indicated they were unhappy with the general appearance, parking, courtyards and bin stores in the area. They also raised concerns that certain areas within the estate were not overlooked, poorly lit and facilitated anti-social behaviour.

Five blocks of maisonettes and houses in the Hodges Square Estate have benefited from a comprehensive estate regeneration project over a 3 phase, 2-year project.

Improvements include:

Work to Buildings

• Brickwork cleaned and treated.
• Aluminium window surrounds and coloured panels
• Curtain wall and door entry system upgrades.
• Roof edge upgrades to the soffits, fascia boards, downpipes and guttering.
• Communal satellite system.



The second phase improved the appearance, security and the space within the courtyards through:-

• New and refurbished rear boundary walls
• New paved areas
• Seating and tables
• New and refurbished sheds
• New bin stores



• A redesign of the landscaping (roads, footpaths, front gardens and open spaces)
• Refurbish boundary walls and railings
• Increase the number of car parking spaces
• Improvements to Hodges Row garage site
• Strategically placed CCTV


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