A masterplan for the redevelopment of the Chelsea Barracks site in London has been unveiled by developer Qatari Diar.

The original plans for the site were withdrawn last year following the intervention of the Prince of Wales, who took exception to the £3bn glass and steel plan designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.

Qatari Diar appointed Dixon Jones, Squire and Partners and Kim Wilkie Associates at the end of last year to work up a new masterplan. The initial concepts were presented this week to community and resident groups.

The new masterplan includes a mix of housing types, including apartment buildings, as well as shops and community facilities. The former Garrison Chapel on the site will be retained, although its use has not been decided. Locals have been asked for their views on potential uses. There is also allocation for a hotel and medical centre.