|Topic:||Re:100 new homes|
|Posted by:||Adam Bradley|
|From their article:|
Affordable housing developer Pocket has secured its largest land deal yet, in Chiswick, west London.
The bite-sized flat developer has purchased a site on Bollo Lane to deliver a £40m development of 100 affordable homes for middle-income Londoners.
The site has been purchased from a private land owner and is a convenient five minute walk from Chiswick Park Station.
Pocket will convert the warehouse on the site into a mixed use development of affordable housing and office floor space.
The homes will be sold to middle income Londoners for at least a 20% discount to the local market.
This is Pocketís fourth site in Ealing and will help the borough deliver 9% of their annual housing target.
Pocket aims to submit plans for the development to the council in 2016. Multi-award winning PRP architects have been instructed to act on behalf of Pocket.
It doesn't mention the site, but from a search I guess it's the G&R removals warehouse. Next to the business park entrance and backing on to building 7. So even a reasonably tall building wouldn't be too out of place there.
Next to the Piccadilly line and the Overground though, so hope they've got good double glazing!
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|100 new homes||06/10/15 22:53:00||Julian Pavey|
|Re:100 new homes||06/10/15 23:36:00||Adam Bradley|
|Re:Re:100 new homes||06/10/15 23:47:00||Julian Pavey|