Studio Egret West's £250m Maidenhead scheme approved

Studio Egret West's Maidenhead Hub

Project cleared for second time - now with smaller towers

Planners have given the go-ahead to Studio Egret West’s controversial £250m mixed-used scheme in the centre of Maidenhead after the heights of the towers was reduced.

Set to be built in the heart of Theresa May’s parliamentary constituency, the Landing scheme was labelled by one objector as being more at home “in a poor part of London”.

The project features six blocks, ranging in height from seven to 16 storeys, containing 424 homes, plus retail, office and public space, car parking and landscaping.

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