20-storey building will contain flats, offices and a church
Plans by architect Stiff & Trevillion for a 20-storey tower as part of the Old Oak regeneration scheme in west London have been given the green light.
The £50m job (pictured) is being developed by Fruition Properties at 2 Scrubs Lane, the same road where Make and Allies and Morrison are also carrying out further housing schemes.
The Stiff & Trevillion job will also contain commercial space, a new church, nursery and community facilities.
The tower, which will be built on the site of the Pentecostal City Mission Church, will include 85 homes which will be a mixture of one-, two- and three-bed apartments.
Work is due to start early next year and finish in 2021.