The development is being built in harmony with the breathtaking Welsh Harp by:

– Protecting its SSSI (Site of Specific Scientific Interest) status
– Ensuring buildings are up to 40 metres from the waterside
– Creating a minimum 20 metre buffer zone
– Managing access to the Welsh Harp shore
– Undertaking large-scale tree and shrub planting
– Creating new bird and bath habitats

The regeneration is also providing over 3,500 sq.m of commercial space, a new community facility, a health centre, a new park and environmental improvements to provide access to the Welsh Harp, which will be directly connected to The Broadway for the first time since the current estate was built.

Planning History

Outline planning consent for the regeneration of the estate was granted by Barnet Council in 2013. The consent is a ‘Hybrid Planning consent’ for the demolition and redevelopment of the West Hendon Estate to accommodate up to 2,000 residential units, a new two-form entry primary school, community building and commercial uses and associated open space and infrastructure.

Project Team

Architect: Allies and Morrison
Developer: Barratt London
Planning Authority: London Borough of Barnet

Development Data

Site size (ha):170
Date of completion:12/01/2028
Schedule of accommodation:178x 1-bed, 416x 2-bed, 69x 3-bed, 9x 4-bed
Tenure mix:53% private, 47% affordable
Size of typical home:115
Parking spaces:Total to be 1,794

*All information published is as provided by the awards applicant

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