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We are building 60 new community supportive homes, 59 of which will be new social rented one-bedroom apartments and a two-bedroom scheme manager’s residence at Lisson Arches.
Enabling works for the project were managed by FM Conway, who handed the scheme over to contractors United Living in September 2020. The project is anticipated to be completed by Winter 2022/23.
We are designing a landmark housing scheme for older adults and a business enterprise building for Westminster City Council. The bold form of the building is a response to its strategic position on Lisson Grove.
The 45 homes, planned to meet HAPPI recommendations (Housing for an Ageing Population Panel for Innovation), will offer generously sized, accessible homes to the existing residents of Penn House. There will also be a 1300sqm enterprise business space which forms the base of the building.Disclaimer
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The construction of the residential scheme at Lisson Arches has reached the highest point. Westminster City Council & United Living New Homes celebrated the achievement with a ‘topping out’ ceremony.
Lisson Arches will consist of 60 new community supportive homes in central London. Fifty-nine will be one-bedroom apartments available at social rent, supporting vulnerable people to live independently – 45 of the new homes will meet Housing for an Ageing Population Panel for Innovation (HAPPI) principles. The other unit will be a two-bedroom scheme for on-site residential managers.
The development also includes a 1,300sqm business enterprise space in part of the building’s base.
Cllr Heather Acton, Westminster City Council Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Communities, commented: “Building homes designed to support people living independently is one of the council’s key priorities.
“The new homes are much-needed for our residents and are part of our wider Church Street regeneration programme, which will see the creation of around 1,750 quality homes.
“We want local people and businesses to remain at the heart of Westminster and we have been working closely with the local community to shape the plans for the regeneration.”
Conor Bray, Chief Operating Officer, United Living Group, added: “The topping out of the Lisson Arches structure is an important milestone for both the development and our partnership with Westminster City Council.
“This development will create much needed modern homes and new affordable business and enterprise space which will make a positive difference to people’s lives – supporting the council’s broader goals of driving transformational change and supporting the community in the Church Street area.
“United Living are proud to be creating homes in a borough with some of the most significantly important and historic buildings in England”.
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