We presented our final proposals for 156 West End Lane at our third public exhibition on 29th October, 2015 at Hampstead Synagogue. A planning application was submitted to Camden Council in November 2015.

This website showcases the boards that we presented at our consultation events in June, September and October for our detailed design proposals for the regeneration of 156 West End Lane, one of the key brownfield sites in West Hampstead.

If you want to revisit the June consultation then please go to the tab 'First Consultation'.

If you want to revisit the September consultation then please go to the tab 'Second Consultation'.

We also presented our proposals at Camden Council's Development Management Forum on 6th October.

To see the final proposals which we presented at the October consultation please go to the tab 'Third Consultation'.

Our overall vision is to "create an inspiring, innovative and sustainable development which offers its occupants and visitors the opportunity to enjoy this unique London location".

Our proposals seek to redevelop the existing site at 156 West End Lane with a homes-led regeneration scheme. The plan is for a range of 164 new homes, both affordable and private, shops fronting West End Lane, start-up units for businesses, employment opportunities, commercial space and a community meeting space.

50% of the residential space will be devoted to the affordable homes that the local area desperately needs.

A key aim is to enhance this prominent town centre frontage, improve the relationship with the surrounding buildings, while respecting the nearby West End Lane Conservation Area.

There will be a particular focus on landscaping and improving the public path where the site meets West End Lane and creating new open spaces.

  • Next Steps
  • First Consultation on the site masterplan
  • Special Consultation for Lymington Road residents
  • Second Consultation on detailed designs & elevations
  • Third Consultation prior to submission of application
  • Nov 2015 Planning Application submission
  • Feb 2016 LB Camden Planning Committee decision
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