Notting Hill Genesis & Transport for London

The Wider Context

Since the previous consultation, the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, published his Draft London Plan which sets out proposals for how the city evolves andĀ develops in the coming years.

All Planning Applications will need to be considered within this context.

66,000 NEW HOMES NEED TO BE BUILT EVERY YEAR IN LONDON A RISE OF 24,000 FROM THE PREVIOUS PLAN

The draft London plan calls for development to be focused on:

Brownfield land

Surplus public sector land

Sites which are well connected by tube and rail

Sites within and on the edge of town centres

Opportunity areas

Northwood Station land is:

Brownfield land

Surplus public sector land

Well connected by tube and rail stations

Within a town centre

Not an opportunity area

Affordable Housing

The Draft London Plan encourages greater levelsĀ of affordable housing to be included in developments across London.
The Mayor of London has deemed that the site needs to provide 35% affordable housing.

BUILDING HEIGHTS

The Draft London Plan encourages higher density, taller developments on public land such as Northwood Station Quarter, TfL has agreed with the Mayor of London that 35% of the homes will be provided, at affordable prices, on the site.