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Hunt begins for South Kilburn medical centre architect

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The London Borough of Brent is seeking an architect to redevelop a 1.4 hectare housing estate site in South Kilburn

The appointed architect-led, multidisciplinary design team will work up detailed plans for a new health centre and around 235 residential dwellings.

Planned to complete in 2018, the project will include the comprehensive redevelopment of the 1.4 hectare plot at Peel Precinct, 8 to 14 Neville Road and 97 to 112 Carlton House.

According to the tender notice: ‘The council is seeking to procure a suitably experienced architecturally-led design team to undertake detailed design for the purpose of obtaining planning permission for high quality sustainable residential buildings and a Health Centre for South Kilburn.’

The winning team will develop the scheme to meet local planning requirements and complete a specification which can be used to procure a development partner and ‘embed design quality [during] construction’.

Consultation with local stakeholders will also be required.

The project is part of the council’s on-going South Kilburn Regeneration Programme which aims to create 2,400 well-designed homes in the area.

Architects already working on earlier phases of the programme include Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Alison Brooks Architects, Gort Scott and Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands.

The deadline for requests to participate is 22 December.

How to apply

View the tender notice for more information

Contact details

Noreen Twomey
London Borough of Brent
Regeneration and Growth,
Brent Civic Centre,
Engineers Way
Wembly
HA9 0FJ

E-mail: noreen.twomey@brent.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

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