Green light for PRP’s 1,000-home scheme in north London

Northwick Park redevelopment - Main street view

Thumbs-up for second phase of £450m development by housing association and NHS trust

PRP has been given the green light for nearly 1,000 homes on land next to Northwick Park Hospital in north west London.

The scheme, for housing association Network Homes, is the second phase of a £450m, 1,600-home development which will also include student facilities, commercial space and a nursery across 19 buildings on the site. It will include 40% affordable homes.

The first phase, consisting of 654 homes, was given the go ahead in December last year.

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