Peel Place Brent Countryside Home

Brent Council has given the green light for a new £161m residential scheme which forms part of the South Kilburn Masterplan Regeneration Programme.

Developers Countryside Properties and Home Group – who’re speaking on our Virtual Housing & Build to Rent Conference – have been working alongside Brent Council to bring forward ‘Peel Place’ which will include:

  • £161m development total
  • 308 new homes
  • 41% of housing to be affordable – including shared ownership and social rented
  • Designed by Child Graddon Lewis
  • Access to the new Civic Quarter – with a health centre, gym, workspace and community hub planned
  • First homes set to be completed by Q3 2021
  • Future connection to the planning district heating network

The announcement was made following the Council’s first ever virtual planning committee as local authorities move online in the Covid-19 situation.

Child Graddon Lewis were the architects for the scheme.

Andy Fancy, Managing Director of Partnerships at Countryside Properties said: “Gaining planning permission for the entire Peel Place scheme is testament to the meticulous work we have done together with Home Group and Brent Council to shape a vision for what’s set to become a thriving new community in the capital. Having delivered tenure-blind regeneration schemes across the capital for over three decades, the carefully designed homes, community facilities and public amenities will serve the needs and aspirations of local residents, ensuring we have a closely-knit neighbourhood set for the future.”

Joe Cook, Executive Director of Development at Home Group, commented: “We’re very pleased indeed to have received approval for what promises to be an excellent regeneration scheme, which will add so much to this North London community. Like Countryside, who we work with closely, we have a wealth of experience in delivering successful regeneration schemes in the capital.

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