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Brent Council’s plan to rebuild 1,200 social homes in South Kilburn

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Covering a 48ha site, a programme is under way to create a tenure-blind estate of 2,400 homes, private and social. Laura Mark takes a look as it reaches its halfway point

Kilburn Plan

Kilburn Plan

Plot 1 • Plot 2 • Plot 3 • Plot 4 • Plot 5 • Plot 6 • Plot 7 • Plot 8 • Plot 9 • Plot 10 • Plot 11 • Plot 12

Plot 1: Cambridge Court & Wells Court

Cambridge Court & Wells Court

Cambridge Court & Wells Court

101 residential units

Tenure mix 40 social rented, 61 market sale

Architect Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Completion 2015

Plot 2: Ely Court

Ely Court

Ely Court

43 residential units

Tenure mix 18 social affordable units, 25 market sale

Architect Alison Brooks Architects

Completion December 2015

Plot 3: Gloucester House & Durham Court

Gloucester House & Durham Court

Gloucester House & Durham Court

236 residential units, an energy centre, a play space and a public square

Tenure mix 102 affordable and social rented, 134 market sale

Architect Alison Brooks Architects

Plot 4: Bourne Place

133 residential units

Tenure mix 75 social rented, 58 market sale

Architect Rick Mather Architects

Completion 2012

Plot 5: Bronte & Feilding House

Bronte & Feilding House

Bronte & Feilding House

229 residential units with a landscaped courtyard and new public pedestrian route

Tenure mix 103 social rented, 126 market sale

Architects Alison Brooks Architects with Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Completion November 2016

Plot 6: Chippenham Gardens

52 residential units

Tenure mix 22 affordable and social rented, 30 private sale

Architect PRP Architects

Plot 7: Peel Precinct

Plot 7 peel precinct, south kilburn by penoyre and prasad

Plot 7 peel precinct, south kilburn by penoyre and prasad

A new health centre, 226 residential units and public space

Tenure mix 42 affordable and social rented, 184 market sale

Architect Penoyre & Prasad

Plot 8: Hicks-Bolton House

Hicks-Bolton House

Hicks-Bolton House

64 residential units

Tenure mix Social rented

Architect Rick Mather Architects

Completion 2015

Plot 9: Woodhouse Urban Park

Woodhouse Urban Park

Woodhouse Urban Park

0.2ha park

Architect Erect Architecture

Completion Spring 2016

Plot 10: Queen’s Park Cullen House

137 residential units, 1,270m² commercial space

Tenure mix 39 affordable rented

Architect MaccreanorLavington

Plot 11: Queen’s Park Place

Queen’s Park Place

Queen’s Park Place

144 residential units and 480m² commercial space

Tenure mix 28 affordable rented

Architect Ian Simpson Architects

Completion November 2016

Plot 12: Watling Place

Watling Place

Watling Place

153 residential units

Tenure mix 113 affordable, 20 shared ownership, 20 market sale

Architect PRP Architects

Completion Autumn 2012

 

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  • What are the chances, I wonder, of that decent local pub - the Carlton Tavern - on the south side of Carlton Vale just to the east of the area - being rebuilt in time for the new residents of the still to be completed plots to celebrate their arrival?
    Some of the people living in the already completed Bourne Place will probably have witnessed the unannounced and illegal demolition in April last year of the Tavern - the only building on the street to have survived WW2 - by a Tel Aviv lawyer looking to exploit London's desperate need for more housing.
    This July, following a public enquiry, an enforcement order was served requiring reconstruction - as close as possible to the original design and detail - within two years.
    So here's hoping.

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