Still Time to Have Your Say on Plans for M&S Site
Developer plans to build 1,465 homes off Wood Lane
There is still time for local people to comment on developer St James' plans to build 1,465 new homes in blocks up to 28 storeys high on land north of Westfield.
Last month St James submitted a hybrid planning application for the redevelopment of the M&S Mock Shop Warehouse site on Wood Lane.
As the image shows, the 10 acre site is north of the viaduct used by the Hammersmith and City Line.
The planning application is as follows:
Planning application (part detailed/part outline) for the demolition of all existing buildings and structures and the redevelopment of the site for residential and mixed uses comprising the erection of new buildings ranging from 10 to 28 storeys to provide up to 1,465 residential units (Class C3) and use classes (A1-A5, B1, D1 & D2), the provision of a new publicly accessible open space, new pedestrian and vehicle routes, accesses and amenity areas, basement level car park with integral servicing areas and other associated works: (1) Detailed planning application for up to 41,590 sqm. (GEA) new residential floorspace with ancillary residential facilities (C3) (excluding basement floorspace); up to 1,995 sqm. (GEA) flexible commercial floorspace (A1-A5), community (D1) and leisure (D2) (excluding basement floorspace); provision of a new basement level; provision of a new bridge over the central line cutting; means of access; and associated amenity space, landscaping, car parking and cycle parking, energy centre, and other associated infrastructure works. (2) Outline planning application (with all matters reserved) for up to 112,450 sqm. (GEA) residential floorspace and ancillary residential facilities (C3) (excluding basement area), flexible commercial (A1-A5), office (B1) use, community (D1) and leisure (D2) floorspace; provision of a new basement level; new and altered pedestrian and vehicular access including decked area over the central line cutting at the south west corner of the site; and associated amenity space, open space, landscaping, car parking and motorcycle parking, and other associated infrastructure works.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council has asked people to give their views on the development on its website and says the case officer is still accepting comments.
H&F Council has a page dedicated to this development, which you can find here
November 10, 2014
November 10, 2014