Published - 13 March 2019
Grahame Park residents have their say
Do you live at Grahame Park?
Consultation events – 21st and 23rd March
It has been 12 months since the Mayor of London refused our planning application for the next phase of redevelopment at Grahame Park. Since then, Notting Hill Genesis have been working closely with Barnet Council and the Mayor’s team on designs for a new scheme to regenerate Stage B of the Grahame Park estate. Stage B is the re-development of Plots 10, 11 and 12 including the Concourse area. The new scheme for circa 2000 homes includes 50% affordable housing and like-for-like re-provision of the number of social rented homes.
We are aiming to submit a planning application in summer 2019 that meets the aspirations of Barnet Council, The Mayor of London, and local people. We hope to have planning approval for the new scheme by early 2020.
With this in mind, we are holding a number of consultation events with local residents between March and July this year. Our initial plans will be available to view at our first community consultation event which will take place at 15 The Concourse, Grahame Park on Thursday 21 March, 3-7pm and Saturday 23 March, 10-2pm. We are keen to hear residents’ views on the new proposals and get suggestions on progressing the scheme further.
We are also progressing with the demolition of Plot 10 as quickly as possible and we expect work to start on the demolition of the unoccupied blocks during the Autumn. Site investigations on plots 10, 11 and 12 are also due to commence soon. More details will be available at the planning consultation.
We have re-commenced buying properties on plots 10, 11 and 12 to facilitate the proposed scheme. If you have any questions, staff will be on hand to discuss this at the planning consultation.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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