£200 million regeneration in Kensington and Chelsea to enter phase 2
Published by D Blackett for Catalyst Housing in Housing
CGI of Wornington Green phase 2
Catalyst Housing has received planning permission for phase 2 of its £200 million regeneration of the Wornington Green estate in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Work will begin on site in Autumn 2015 and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2019. Over 300 private and affordable apartments will be built along with new shops on Portobello Road. An energy centre will be included in Phase 2 which will provide heating and hot water to the new development.
The £66 million second phase follows extensive consultation with local residents which has led to a number of design improvements including a range of balconies to suit differently sized families and changes to the layout of the apartments.
Planning permission for phase 2 along with the recent approval of a major regeneration of Havelock in Southall continues Catalyst’s award winning reputation as a developer of high quality regeneration schemes catering to different housing needs across London and the South East.
Rod Cahill, Catalyst Chief Executive said:
“We are thrilled that the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea have approved our plans for the second phase of the Wornington Green regeneration.
I’d like to thank all those that have taken part in the consultation process and given us feedback on the first phase. I’d also like to thank residents of Wornington Green and surrounding area for their patience as the building work continues.
Reactions from those that have moved into the first phase are positive and we’re excited to keep up this momentum by not only providing new homes but also new shops in phase 2.”