The £350m redevelopment of the Ebury Bridge Estate is given planning approval by Westminster City Council planning committee. Also, the proposals will see the full redevelopment of the current estate.
The demolition of existing 336 flats will replace the site with 781 new ones across nine new blocks. The main contractor Bouygues UK is working for the £100m first phase of the project started last year.
This new phase includes 216 new homes across two residential blocks. This new development will be helpful for disabled car parking only. Besides, there will be more than 2,000 cycle spaces for residents.
Arup Associates, Astudio Architects, Levitt Bernstein and Gardiner & Theobald is the support team working for the project with support from City Designer and Malcom Hollis. Westminster City Council will fund the first phase of the project.
The planning committee was told that a small number of the new flats will not meet private amenity space standards and the proposed play space provision across the illustrative masterplan does not fully meet London Plan (2021) standards.