PCKO Architects has won planning for a 120-home scheme on the former site of Anmer Lodge care home in Stanmore, north-west London
The scheme for the Notting Hill Housing Group also includes a 1,400m² Marks and Spencer food store.
Built around a central square the development features a semi basement multi-storey car park with housing and communal gardens on a deck above.
To the south of the development two apartment buildings contain one to three-bedroom flats, while towards the north a mixture of three and four-bedroom houses integrated with the existing residential area.
The designs will re-link the isolated site with its surrounding area which includes housing to the north with a park beyond.
David de Sousa, associate director at PCKO said: ‘By improving both footpaths and roads, upgrading the quality of public space, building new homes and providing premises for a new high-quality supermarket, our proposals will strengthen the appeal of Stanmore town centre, and the community will benefit from new and improved amenities.’
Location Stanmore, London
Type of project mixed-use
Client Notting Hill Housing Group
Landscape architect Allen Pyke
Planning, daylight and sunlight consultant Nathaniel Lichfield and Partners
Communications and consultation M & N Place
Arboriculture consultant Forbes-Laird AC
Cost consultant Silvers
Ecological consultant SLR
Sustainability and energy CBGC
Transport consultant Campbell Reith