These are latest images of Terry Farrell’s 28-hectare masterplan for the redevelopment of Earls Court in west London
The £8 billion project was submitted for planning last summer but was sent back to the drawing board just before Christmas after failing to meet the London Plan.
The revised scheme features around 28,000m² less commercial space with some proposed buildings around the edges reduced in height.
Tall buildings have been redesigned to be ‘more slender’ while additional transport modelling has been undertaken.
Deatailed plans for townhouses have been submitted to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and new guidelines have been established for greater control over building forms.
The scheme features more education, health, community and culture facilities while further detailed designs have been provided for the scheme’s Philbeach Gardens, Eardley Crescent and Exhibition Square elements.
Practices working on the masterplan include Allies and Morrison, Chris Dyson Architects, Benoy, KPF, Make, John McAslan + Partners, Patel Taylor Architects, Paul Davis + Partners, and Studio Egret West.
Farrell’s revised Earls Court vision revealed