We are pleased to announce that following four phases of consultation with local residents, businesses and community groups, we have now submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Camden for the O2 Masterplan Site. The application is with the Council for validation, and we will update the website once information is publicly available on the Council’s planning portal.
The proposals would see the Site – which includes the existing O2 Shopping Centre on Finchley Road, and surrounding land – transformed into a new green, comprehensive landscape-led masterplan which connects Finchley Road and West End Lane.
The submitted application is part detail, part outline. Overall, the scheme will deliver:
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Landsec has submitted a major planning application for the O2 Centre Masterplan Site.
The plans see the site transform into a landscape-led development that will connect the communities of Finchley Road and West End Lane.
The site will deliver 1,800 new homes, 35% of which will be affordable and will provide a variety of amenities and leisure facilities, including a town square with a variety of shops, restaurants, supermarket, gym, and cinema.
The site will have improved pedestrian links and half of the 14-acre space will be dedicated to public and green spaces that will be open and accessible for all. This includes a new community green, linear park and a community garden, where people can visit, exercise and socialise in.
The application comprises detailed information on building design and architecture for the first phase (3 buildings) and an outline application for the remainder of the Site demonstrating how future development could be brought forward. The first phase would deliver 608 new homes including 188 affordable homes, retail space, a community centre and central square with community garden.
David Heaford, Managing Director – Development at Landsec, commented: “We are delighted to submit our final proposal for the O2 Centre after receiving valuable input from the local community. At Landsec, we believe in the power of building communities, workforces and improving lives. The O2 Masterplan Site represents our vision of creating a vibrant place to live, work and enjoy, shaped by local identity and designed to serve the needs of all in the community whilst providing access to open green space.
More broadly, we remain excited by the huge growth potential of these urban opportunities and believe regeneration is key in offering sustainable urban neighbourhoods right across the UK.”
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