A project team has now been placed on site to prepare for construction works to commence as soon as possible. Regular newsletters will be issued shortly, providing updates on construction and planning matters.
Before construction of the main site commences, we will be undertaking various preliminary works, such as installation of the Sales Office and welfare cabin along Edgware Road.
Demolition of 283 Edgware Road will take place early 2017. We have installed a new hoarding with graphics and lighting around the perimeter of the site. We have obtained a license for the closure of the Newcastle Place footpath, in order to undertake ground works along that boundary.
The building on the junction of Church Street and Edgware Road has been demolished and the sub-station de-commissioned. New substations have been incorporated into the design of the new scheme. Now the Church Street end of the site is clear, we will complete an archaeological dig before construction commences.
Noise, vibration and dust levels will be controlled throughout the duration of all works to ensure that our impact on the local environment minimised.
Once major construction works begin electronic monitoring equipment will be in place and regular reporting will become available on our website.
The site will be voluntarily registering with the Considerate Constructors Scheme and abiding by the Code of Considerate Practice, which was designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements.
Berkeley Homes are progressing a planning application with their applicant partners Luckysix Ltd over both the 14-17 Paddington Green site and the West End Gate Site. A summary of the proposal can be found here.
The team have carried out extensive public consultation, including a two day exhibition. The presentation boards from which can be found here.
Site Working Hours
Site hours are:
08:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday
08:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays excluding Bank Holidays.
Any out of hours working that can be heard from outside of the site boundary, will only be permitted following the necessary approvals from the City of Westminster Council.
How you can contact us
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