27 Homes on the South Bank of the River Thames, between Waterloo and Blackfriars Bridges
Registered Office: 8 Waldegrave Road, Teddington, TW11 8GT
If you would like to make a complaint with Palm Co-op, please see a copy of the co-op's current policy below in 'related files'. This policy has been reviewed in 2020 to ensure compliance with the Housing Ombudsman Complaints Code 2020. The self-assessment form is also included in the files to evidence compliance. If you have any questions about this, please contact us.
Palm was completed in 1994 and officially opened by the Rt Hon John Gummer MP, Secretary of State for Environment in February 1995. Palm has 27 homes – 10 family houses with gardens, 5 two-bedroom flats and 10 one-bedroom flats with a proportion of wheelchair user accommodation and some flats designed specifically for active older people. Awards The Royal Fine Art Commission & Sunday Times building of the Year Award 1995 (Joint winner) RIBA National Housing Design Award 1995 RIBA Regional Award for Architecture 1996 The Civic Trust Housing Award for Best Housing Development 1996 The homes were built by Coin Street Secondary Housing Co-op, which leases them to Palm. Palm's properties will not be for sale at any time to its members nor to any outside organisation or individual. Half of Palm's vacancies are let to people whose names are put forward by Southwark and Lambeth Councils from their housing waiting lists. The other half are let to people who have applied to the Coin Street Co-op's Joint Housing Register directly (telephone 020 7021 1600, email email@example.com ). In both cases the Co-op makes the final decision about who will be made a member and offered a flat.