Notting Hill Housing submits Aylesbury regeneration proposals

Out-Law News | 09 Oct 2014 | 11:16 am |

Housing association Notting Hill Housing has submitted two applications to Southwark Council for a 3,500-home redevelopment of the Aylesbury estate in south London. 

Under the proposals, the new homes at the 60-acre estate will comprise 50% affordable housing.

One application seeks outline approval for the masterplan for the site, which is proposed to be delivered across four phases over two decades.

The second application includes detailed proposals for the first 800 homes on the site, including a mix of flats and houses.

The applications have been submitted after Notting Hill Housing entered a development partnership agreement earlier this year for the housing association to deliver the masterplan.

Subject to grant of planning permission, construction on the new homes is expected to start in 2016.