I've been hearing rumours about this for at least a year now, but they've been very vague, and mostly have seemed to be the product of fears that the estate - especially the park-side half - will get "Cressinghamed" (as one person put it). Interestingly, in the last week I've had two friends who are T.H.E. residents knock on my door and ask me about this, had my cab driver (another T.H.E. resident) mention this, and had several people on face-ache message me on the subject. I'm aware that where the Greenleaf Close Neighborhood Housing Office is sited is planned to be cleared and redeveloped, but those who've contacted me are convinced (possibly because of what is happening at Gordon Grove APG) that the adventure playground and/or the blocks and garages closest to the Housing Office are also likely to get demolished, and that this will be the thin end of the wedge as regards "regenerating" the entire estate. I'm worried that even if the worst that actually happens is a small block of private flats is built where the Housing Office currently stands, that the sense of threat is going to stress out a lot of people who don't need or deserve that kind of tension and hassle.