L&Q regeneration proposals go to Barnet Council
Published by Brian Church for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Development
Proposals for L&Q's regeneration of the Dollis Valley housing estate in Chipping Barnet have been submitted to Barnet Council by Countryside Properties.
The proposed new development will involve the construction of 616 new affordable, private and rented homes in a wide range of designs and sizes. The plans have been developed by Countryside in conjunction with L&Q, the housing association giant led by David Montague (photo).
If planning permission is granted, work on the estate is likely to begin around autumn this year.
The proposed new scheme will be built in five phases and will involve the demolition of the existing estate, owned by Barnet Council, which was built in the late 1960s.
Jerome Geoghegan, L&Q group director for development and sales, said: "With our partners, L&Q plans to create high-quality homes for people on a range of incomes, and new community facilities. This is a fresh start for the estate and its residents."