Planning permission for the extensive mixed-use redevelopment of the Peel Precinct and surrounding area was determined positively and unanimously last night by the London Borough of Brent’s Planning Committee.
Across seven new buildings, including a landmark sixteen storey tower, 184 private residential apartments are innovatively layered with a combination of retail, healthcare and affordable homes to absolutely maximise the regeneration of this estate.
The masterplan skilfully knits new highways and pedestrian routes into the local urban fabric creating the new Market Place promenade – the neighbourhood heart of the ongoing South Kilburn Regeneration programme.
Mark Rowe, Partner at Penoyre & Prasad said: “We are extremely pleased not only to have secured the permission for this ambitious high-density scheme, but to do so with such strong support for the proposals from both officers and the GLA. This has been achieved through a high degree of engagement from day one, working closely with the South Kilburn Regeneration team; building upon the fantastic work they have been doing in the area over recent years including their demonstrable commitment to high quality architecture.”