Planning Permission for Wembley Housing Project 06.07.18

A new housing development designed by Haworth Tompkins for Network Homes adjacent to Wembley Stadium gained unanimous support from the planning committee at their meeting on 4 July 2018. The project forms part of JPT's Masterplan for Quintain known as the Southwest Lands which is the area to the southwest of the stadium. The project consists of three buildings that reconcile the masterplan with existing urban condition such as Wembley Hill Road, Wembley Stadium Station and the Whitehorse Bridge. The project will provide 156 affordable homes as well as additional commercial space at ground level and a new office facility for Chilterns Rail. Construction is due to start at the end of the year.

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