First phase comes with a development value of £100m
Hub has secured two sites from Network Rail to build 300 homes in Wembley, north-west London.
The sites are on the eastern fringe of Wembley High Road and form part of the Wembley Housing Zone. The schemes will be developed in two phases, with the properties being a mix of for sale apartments, build to rent and affordable homes.
Hub has appointed Glenn Howells Architects to draw up plans for the first phase, which will comprise of 200 homes across two buildings with a development value of around £100m.
In partnership with investor Bridges Fund Management, the developer is working with the London Borough of Brent on the proposals and will look to bring forward a planning application in the summer following a programme of consultation and community engagement.
The Wembley High Road sites are adjacent to Hub’s £100m Chesterfield House development (pictured) that is designed by Maccreanor Lavington. Construction began last summer and will deliver 239 apartments across different rental levels.
They include one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments spread across two towers of 26 and 21 storeys. The development also includes a new community centre and public realm.