Eric Parry looks to fit more flats into ‘paused’ Chelsea Barracks

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Architect seeks further reconfiguration of £250m fourth phase

Eric Parry Architects is seeking planning permission to boost the number of homes delivered in the £250m fourth phase of the Chelsea Barracks redevelopment, decreasing the number of large flats to make way for more one- and two-bedroom units.

It is the second time in less than a year that the architect has sought to increase the quantity of homes delivered via the three buildings that make up the phase. And the move comes after developer Qatari Diar confirmed it had paused work on the fourth phase just days before contractor Multiplex was due to start work. 

BD understands this was because of uncertainty caused at the top end of the construction market by the Carillion collapse. Work is unlikely to restart before

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