[First look] Terry Farrell & Partners has released these new images of its 28-hectare masterplan for the huge redevelopment of Earls Court in west London
Published as part of a public consultation launched this week, the ‘Four Villages and a High Street’ design comprises 7,500 new homes and a two-hectare ‘Lost River’ park.
It was revealed last week that Allies & Morrison, Chris Dyson, Benoy, Higgs Young, KPF, MAKE, John McAslan + Partners, Patel Taylor, Paul Davies and Studio Egret West have been appointed to design segments of the scheme.
Terry Farrell said: ‘In developing the masterplan for Earls Court, our inspiration is London.
‘We have looked at the best of London and the architectural fabric of nearby Kensington and Fulham in particular, and used that to guide our designs.
‘The Four Villages and a 21st Century High Street create a wholly new and remarkable place for London, but one which knits seamlessly into the existing urban grain.’
Gary Yardley, on behalf of developer EC&O Properties, added: ‘We have worked closely with the community for over a year and their feedback, and that from stakeholders, has had a great influence on our thinking.
‘Following further consultation, we will submit a planning application for the site in the summer.’