West London will soon see a substantial development as St James’ White City residential project is approved by Hammersmith & Fulham council.
The scheme will involve converting a 10-acre Marks & Spencer’s warehouse into 1,465 new residential homes, 30% of which will be affordable, all surrounding a four-acre public park.
The developer, part of the Berkeley Group, will be a mixed-lot including residential, commercial, community and leisure spaces. The project will also be connected by a direct connection to the Westfield London shopping centre through the construction of a new bridge across the London Underground rail line.
It is expected that this scheme will gain more than £615m of investment, furthermore it will also add 620 construction jobs to the market and 350 permanent jobs after its completion.
Construction is planned to commence in July 2016 and completion will be established through multi-phases over a 15-year period.
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