Barnet backs 500-home regeneration scheme

The Colindale Exchange proposals by Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher

Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher dials up a planning win for Colindale Telephone Exchange

Proposals to redevelop a 2.15ha telephone exchange site in north London with a 505-home scheme designed by Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher have been approved by Barnet council.

The development, drawn up for Telereal Trillium, will replace the 1960s Colindale Telephone Exchange with a 16-block scheme of up to 17 storeys in height. It also features around 750 sq m of commercial space.

The application is split into three phases, with only the first phase gaining detailed consent. The overall scheme would deliver 35% affordable housing, as measured by habitable room.

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