Scheme in north London will include 985 homes
Land Securities has won planning for the redevelopment of the former Kodak factory in Harrow, North-west London.
The scheme will include 985 homes, 135,000 sq ft of retail, a new health centre and a primary school.
Land Securities will provide £10m of local infrastructure improvements through a section 106 agreement agreed with Harrow Council.
Colette O’Shea, head of development, said: “We have worked closely with Harrow Council to agree development proposals and a package of measures that aim to benefit the local community and ensure the sustainability of the site. We look forward to seeing the regeneration of the site and the wider area.”
Councillor Keith Ferry, portfolio holder for planning and regeneration, said: “It has been a long time in the planning and the next ten years will see a transformation of an area that has been historically very important to Harrow.
“As a Council we are determined to deliver on our promise to regenerate and build the most sustainable community in Harrow and to establish a thriving residential and commercial centre.”