HTA’s huge Battersea redevelopment goes in for planning

The Winstanley and York Road Estates regeneration plans, drawn up by HTA, Henley Halebrown and LA Architects

Practice’s 2,550-home plans for Winstanley and York Road estates include 32-storey tower

HTA Design-led proposals to redevelop a south London neighbourhood with 2,550 homes, new shops and a new sports centre have been lodged for planning.

The practice, along with Henley Halebrown and LA Architects, is working on the regeneration of the York Gardens Estate and Winstanley Road Estate in Battersea for a joint-venture partnership between Wandsworth council and housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.

Plans just lodged with the authority seek detailed consent for the scheme’s 500-home first phase, the tallest element of which is a 32-storey HTA-designed residential block, which would feature a leisure centre and a library designed by LA Architects at its lower levels. The tower and a lower-rise sister structure on the site would deliver 239 flats for private sale.

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