Improvements To Your Home

Every year we carry out improvements to your home or undertake planned maintenance.  This means that we can make sure your home is maintained to the highest standard.  Old Oak are aiming to deliver internal investment work to approximately 185 properties and cyclical works to about 135 properties by March 2014.  Residents will be contacted directly by the contractors if they are in this years programme.  To determine what works are needed we annually undertake a stock condition survey to our properties so that we know what priority works need to be included in our programme for renewal of elements such as:

Internal investments

  • Kitchen & Bathroom
  • Electrical system upgrades
  • Boiler or  central  heating upgrades

Cyclical Works:-

  • External decorations
  • Windows
  • Roofs
  • Doors

Our contractors working in the Old Oak area are:

  • Internal Investment Contractor – TSG Building Services Plc
  • Cyclical Contractor – Breyer Group





Outdoor Gym on Wormwood Scrubs Consultation

Dear All

Executive summary on Outdoor Gym on Wormwood Scrubs Consultation is attached below.  The full survey results have now been published online on the council’s citizenspace (link below):

The consultation for introducing outdoor gym equipment and way markers was completed by 162 respondents. Overall, 68% of the respondents were in favour of outdoor gym equipment and 49% for way markers.

There was an equal spread of preferences for the outdoor gym location;  The existing outdoor gym by the entrance of Linford Christie Stadium (LCS) attracted the most votes (25%) followed by the two locations nearest to the Old Oak Community centre (11% North of the  centre and  18% South of the centre) off Braybrook Road.

In addition to the postal/online consultation, the council held an open day at the Old Oak community Centre on Braybrook road for residents and users.  The general view from the open day for those in favour of the outdoor gym equipment  preferred that the outdoor gym to be located nearer to the existing adventure playground equipment and the centre to allow adults to supervise their children and also be near the facilities ( toilets) offered by the community centre. The other views provided suggested that the facilities next to LCS caters for mores static ‘weight resistant ‘ training and this should be enhanced  separately and an alternative site for elderly or with less physical ability be introduced nearer to Old Oak centre.

Following from on the consultation, the council shall now proceed with exploring two locations:

1.The Stadium exiting outdoor gym is to be enhanced to provide a greater range of equipment that is both challenging and inclusive .

2.To introduce a small range of equipment  between the Adventure playground and the Old Oak Community centre which will be  similar to those presented on the open day .

The council will continue to discuss with local resident groups specific equipment for both these sites and also ensure that the colours are in keeping with more ‘rural’ setting  with more muted colour schemes.

For further information please do not hesitate to contact Paul Bassi directly at

Kind Regards

Paul Bassi
Parks Development
Hammersmith and Fulham Council
Resident Services
77 Glenthorne Road
W6  0LJ

DD 0208 753 2599