King Street, Hammersmith
The western end of King Street in Hammersmith will be revitalised with the refurbishment of the Town Hall, hundreds of new homes and community facilities. In partnership with Hammersmith & Fulham Council, the redevelopment will include 204 new homes of which 52 per cent will be affordable, a new cinema, community art and event spaces and new public spaces for public use. With the planning application now approved, demolition work is due to begin in summer 2019, with construction starting on site in early 2020.
Matilda House, Oxford
Matilda House, due to open in September 2019, will provide accommodation for homeless people in Oxford and is designed to meet the specific needs of the residents, giving them access to the support they need to be rehabilitated. The house based on Rymers Lane in Oxford, forms a part of Oxford City Council’s strategy to tackle homelessness in the city.
Arlington Lofts, Camden
Arlington Lofts is the partial refurbishment of a 1930s electricity substation with large warehouse style windows. Providing 21 apartments of which 16 are private sale and five are affordable rent, the apartments sit behind a distinctive red brick facade in the heart of Camden. Arlington Lofts is a prime example of preserving historical architecture for a brand new purpose. The inside of each property has a unique layout, turning the previously disused building into brand new homes for the local community.
Beechwood Grove is a development of 43 one and two bedroom apartments in Reading, designed to offer independent living for the over 55s. With 16 of the apartments affordable rent and 27 private sale, Beechwood Grove offers residents hotel-style amenities including communal spaces, bistro, craft room, hair and beauty, guest suite and therapy room. The landscaped gardens provide a tranquil setting for lawn bowls, gardening and relaxation. On-site care and support services, 24-hour staff presence, video-entry and a monitored alarm service provide the assurance of a safe and secure environment.
96-106 Broadway, Ealing
A resolution to grant planning permission has been agreed to begin regeneration of the existing building at 96-102 Broadway, Ealing, to create 120 new apartments and ground floor commercial space. A total of 35% of the new homes will be affordable homes and there will be a mixture of, one, two and three-bedroom homes.
Knowle Park, Alfold Road
Knowle Park is an exciting scheme creating 265 new homes, consisting of two to five bedroom houses and one and two bedroom apartments alongside a Country Park in Cranleigh, Surrey. A mix of house types and tenures are proposed in a high quality landscaped setting with a linear park running through the residential areas and linking them to the 56 acre Country Park.
The new homes will be delivered in three phases, Phase 1 comprises 73 new homes and A2Dominion Developments (A2DD) intend to start on site in June with a view to completing that phase in Autumn 2021.
A2DD are also delivering the Country Park, which will transform existing fields to create new public green space for Cranleigh and the surrounding areas. Once built the park will be managed and maintained by the Knowle Park Trust.