Hathaway House clears planning

14 Sep 2016

Consent was achieved at last night's Westminster Planning Committee meeting for a mixed use scheme on Woodfield Road, W9.

The project includes demolition of the existing poor quality commercial buildings and redevelopment of the site to provide a mixed use scheme including much needed homes and employment space for the area.

The project will provide 78 residential apartments with many units having dual or triple aspect windows and panoramic views. Nineteen of these units will be designated as Affordable accommodation.

Office and healthcare space will be provided at ground floor level with further office space spread over 3 storeys in a dedicated block running along the southern edge of the site overlooking the canal.

A new basement will be created to provide car and cycle parking, refuse storage, and plant. This will also re-provide NHS car parking previously located on the site.

Amenity spaces are provided in the form of a residential entrance cloister and garden, communal roof garden at 6th floor level, private balconies and terraces. The proposals also include a landscaped approach to the canal, and include public realm improvements and planting opportunities to the adjacent roads.

Hathaway House


Hathaway House clears planning