Anger as Westminster approves Arup's estate regeneration

ebury bridge approved

Project for 750 homes is next to Chelsea Barracks

Westminster council has approved plans designed by Arup to build 750 new homes in the shadow of the £1bn Chelsea Barracks development.

The homes will be built as part of the regeneration of the 1930s Ebury Bridge social housing estate in Pimlico and will feature 144 new family-sized “affordable” homes. Of these, 87 are marked for social rent and 57 “intermediate” rent.

The scheme will involve the demolition of 13 existing buildings containing 336 homes.

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