Get involved and make a bid

Find out about funding available for projects to improve your local environment.

Place Environmental Rejuvenation Programme

The Place Environmental Rejuvenation Programme (PERP) is funded by Hammersmith & Fulham Council and supports tenants’ and residents associations and other resident groups to transform public spaces on estates, at small blocks and sheltered housing schemes, so they are greener, safer and benefit the local community.

Applications for improvements can include, but are not limited to:

  • landscaping (gardens, seating areas, fencing, planting, art features)
  • designing out anti-social behaviour
  • play areas and ball courts
  • a food growing project
  • green roof or sustainable drainage project
  • biodiversity and wildlife features

Each proposed bid can be for a maximum of £75,000. Projects are delivered through our approved contractor.

Funding bids and allocation of project funding takes place once a year and the opportunity to submit a bid opens on Tuesday 13 February 2024.

The deadline for all bids being received is Sunday 10 March 2024.

More information and application form

If you'd like to know more or to make a bid, please see our PERP guidance and application form.

Neighbourhood Improvement Projects

Why don’t you make an application to our Neighbourhood Improvement Projects?

Neighbourhood Improvement Projects are for works to community spaces on council housing land to improve the environment of the estate, block, or sheltered housing scheme for all residents.

You can bid for a wide range of improvement works where the expenditure results in buying, building or improving fixed assets up to the value of £40,000 per bid.

The fund cannot be used for maintenance, replacement or repairs, for improvement to individual properties, or for wages or running costs.

Some examples of improvement works eligible for funding applications are:

  • fixed playground or gym equipment
  • improvement works to existing communal gardens, including shrubs, planting and garden furniture (not maintenance)
  • fences, railings and gates (but not to individual dwellings) and must be part of wider greening improvements
  • landscaping, re-wilding, surface urban drainage and increasing biodiversity in H&F
  • green roofs
  • trees and hedgerow planting
  • play areas
  • outdoor gyms.

All council housing residents can apply either through their Tenants and Residents Association (TRA) or by a smaller group of residents acting on behalf of their block, street, or sheltered housing scheme.

Where there is no active representation, your housing officer can submit a bid. In all cases, evidence of consultation and support for the proposal needs to be provided.

Funding applications can be made throughout the year.

More information and application form

If you'd like to know more or to make a bid, please see our guidance pack and application form:

You can email your completed application to

What's next?

Applications for both the Neighbourhood Improvement Projects and Place Environmental Rejuvenation Programme are reviewed by the resident-led Investment Group.

Contact us

Contact the resident involvement team on 020 8753 6652 or email

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