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PRP wins green light for Wornington Green regeneration

PRP Architects has won planning permission for the first phase of a 5.7 hectare housing scheme in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBK&C)

Claimed to be the Borough’s largest regeneration project in decades, the scheme features over 1,000 new homes on a site which adjoins a conservation area. 

The first phase of the scheme will deliver 324 new private and affordable homes with housing typologies ranging from apartments to family mews houses. A new square will also be built.

Andy von Bradsky, practice chairman said: ‘PRP is very pleased that RBK&C has now confirmed full approval of the design.

‘It’s a key example of localism in practice with extensive consultation with the existing community, councillors and other local stakeholders.

‘The redevelopment will truly transform the local area by creating a new London square as a focal point for the scheme and reinstating the historic connections between Portobello Road and Ladbroke Grove.’

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