Half the 112 Harrow Road homes will be ’affordable’
Child Graddon Lewis’ 112-unit residential development in Westminster has been unanimously approved by the council.
The Harrow Road project, which was approved via a virtual committee meeting, will be made up of three new buildings ranging from eight to 16 storeys.
Half of the homes will be affordable and will range in size from studios to three-bedroom apartments – with the majority of family-sized dwellings provided within the social tenure.
It will also include a nursery, community centre, canal-side cafe, and start-up office space.
It will be delivered by Willmott Dixon which, with Child Graddon Lewis, was behind Westminster’s Dudley House, a development of 197 affordable homes, secondary school, Pentecostal church and retail space completed in Paddington Basin last year.
Harrow Road will be among the first schemes delivered by Westminster Builds, the council’s wholly owned company established to help deliver the its regeneration and development programme.
The wider project team includes WSP as project manager, Stantec as engineers and Allen Pyke Associates for landscaping.