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John McAslan submits central London scheme

John McAslan + Partners and developer Land Securities have today submitted a planning application for the practice's Wellington House development in Victoria, London.

It is the third application to be submitted by Land Securities, which is transforming a large swathe of the central London area, including the Victoria Transport Interchange masterplanned by KPF, and the Pelli Clarke Pelli-designed Selborne House.

According to the developer, John McAslan's scheme will see the existing Wellington House replaced by a 10,000m2 residential building, providing 59 three- and four-bed apartments.

Land Sec’s head of development, Collette O’Shea, said: ‘We are proud to submit the last in a series of planning applications for Victoria.

‘We believe these new developments will help deliver a long-term future for the area, which deserves an injection of new investment and energy to boost regeneration and create a better environment for residents, workers and visitors alike.’

Land Sec hopes to be on site as early as May 2009, subject to planning approval.

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