We own a 5,700 acre estate that includes land and properties with huge potential for creating the homes and jobs that the Capital needs. Our landholdings can play a vital role in meeting the Mayor's priorities to build affordable homes, while generating revenue to invest in improving our transport network.
We have the team, sites and programme in place to provide a long-term development pipeline, delivering 10,000 homes across 300 acres. Since May 2016, 50% of our sites have been affordable.
We are using a number of routes to release our sites, including our property partnerships framework of 13 leading developers, direct-development and site-specific partnerships. We also have plans to release our smaller sites.
Our ambitious programme offers an exciting opportunity to build homes and communities around the transport hubs where people want to live and work. To make the most of this we want to work with local authorities, land owners and the best of the development industry.
In 2019 we received planning consent to create 350 new homes at Colindale. We will improve the area with a regenerated station, step-free access to the platform, a wider pavement in front of the station and new commercial space.
Pocket Living recently secured a planning consent to build 88 affordable one bedroom homes across two buildings. The development will also include a landscaped communal courtyard and cycle storage for the new homes.
We'll provide new commercial units by transforming 31 disused railway arches underneath Wood Lane Tube station. The arches will be converted into 20 retail units, workspaces, amenity and cycle parking.
Public access arches will support the regeneration of the White City Opportunity Area by creating direct routes between White City Living (developed by St James) and Westfield London. Find out more about our plans for Wood Lane Arches.
We secured planning permission to redevelop our site at Blackhorse Road in December 2018 and the site is currently under construction.
Covering 1.5 acres opposite Blackhorse Road Tube station on the Victoria line, we will transform this car park into 350 homes, half of which are affordable. The site sits within a GLA Housing Zone and Waltham Forest Council's Blackhorse Lane Growth Area. It will contribute new homes, shops, restaurants and cafes, and new public realm.
We have started work on building 46 new affordable homes on this one acre site. Working with the London Borough of Lambeth, each of these will be high-quality, dual-aspect, one to three bedroom homes.
TfL is working with London-based property developer and construction company, Kuropatwa Limited to provide 97 homes at Beechwood Avenue, Barnet. 50% of these new homes will be affordable.
The affordable homes at Beechwood include a high proportion of housing with more than one bedroom, making them more suitable for families, and will be a balance of shared ownership and affordable homes for rent, including some at social rent levels.
Construction is due to finish in 2021.
Notting Hill Genesis have been transforming land alongside the A40 into 180 new homes, half of which are affordable. These homes are within easy walking distance of East Acton and North Acton.
Construction is almost complete, and people are starting to move into the homes,. Find out more about our plans for Aviator Place.
Our four-acre site next to Kidbrooke rail station was the first site to be made available to our property partnerships framework. We have submitted an application for 619 homes, 50% of which are affordable.
They include 152 London Affordable Rented homes, which will be eligible to those households on Greenwich's housing waiting list, and 157 London Shared Ownership homes, enabling local people to get a foot on the property ladder.
As well as providing hundreds of genuinely affordable homes, the site will also provide new retail and commercial spaces, improved urban realm and improved bus facilities.
Find out about our plans for Kidbrooke.
We have signed development agreements and formed partnerships to build new homes and commercial space at these sites.
Earls Court is one of the Capital's most important development opportunities and was our first joint venture. We are working with Delancey, who acquired CapCo's stake in the development in 2019 on behalf of its client fund and APG, to deliver circa 1,500 homes on our land as part of a wider 77 acre plan. Find out more about the .
South Kensington station is a listed building that acts as the gateway to many of London's most renowned museums, the Royal Albert Hall and Imperial College. We have been working with the local community to draw up plans for new shops, homes and office space around the station. In spring 2018 we announced Native Land as our preferred development partner for this site. Find out about our plans for South Kensington.
This 1.9 acre site sits at the heart of London Bridge, with significant potential and flexibility to support a number of uses including up to 180,000 square feet of high quality office space, retail, leisure and 35 new homes. We have appointed U+I as our preferred development partner for the site and a planning application has been submitted. See the plans for Landmark Court.
We are working with Redrow Homes to provide approximately 600 homes, a scheme that would also improve transport and access in the town centre. Harrow-on-the-Hill station and neighbouring bus station need significant improvement - these proposals will bring step-free access as well as a safer and better bus station.
We have partnered with Taylor Wimpey to develop plans to improve the area around High Barnet station.
We want to showcase and protect High Barnet's natural environment, improve access to the station and provide better connections between Chipping Barnet and Underhill.
We plan to develop new, enhanced public space and affordable homes. Our goal is to provide tangible benefits to the local community and boost business in the town centres.
Find out more about our proposals for High Barnet.
We are working with Taylor Wimpey to develop plans to improve the area around Finchley Central station.
Our vision for Finchley Central is to create a new heart to the town centre: one that provides affordable, sustainable homes, places to work and public spaces to enjoy.
Our goal is to link both ends of the high street through new public space and improved station access.
Find out more about the proposals for Finchley Central.
We will be working with Pocket Living to provide affordable homes for first time buyers at a number of sites. Pocket homes are targeted specifically at local singles and couples who earn too much to qualify for social housing, but are priced out of the open market. Pocket home buyers own 100% of their property from day one.
Pocket Living is proposing 61 affordable one bedroom homes for local people, as well as new public space at Sudbury Town. A key design feature is to create a high-quality development which is sympathetic to the Grade II Listed Tube station.
AfL proposes to build up to 68 new affordable homes above the existing car park at Osterley Tube station. They will be with a mix of one and two-bedroom homes. The development will also allow improvements to security, landscaping and access to the car park.
See the proposals for Osterley.
We have plans to bring three car parks in the London borough of Harrow to market. The car parks at Canons Park, Rayners Lane and Stanmore Tube stations will provide a minimum of 400 homes, all of which will be affordable.
We used the GLA's London Development Panel 2 to help us develop the sites more quickly. Catalyst have been appointed as our development partner and we expect to submit a planning application in 2020.
The car park at Rayners Lane provides a fantastic opportunity to build 100% affordable homes, with public transport to the city and local shops and amenities just a short walk away.
We intend to build around 140 new affordable homes which would include a mixture of homes for London Affordable Rent (broadly equivalent to social rent) and shared ownership. All homes will be car-free for future residents.
We plan to retain some commuter parking and provide secure cycle parking for commuters.
Find out more about our plans for Rayners Lane.
Working in partnership with Catalyst, we plan to redevelop the Stanmore station car park to create around 280 affordable homes while retaining two-thirds of the commuter parking.
This site provides an opportunity to build much-needed high quality new homes, with public transport to the city and local shops and amenities a short walk away.
Our proposals for Stanmore will also improve step-free access to the station and secure cycle parking for commuters.
We intend to redevelop the car park and build around 120 new affordable homes while retaining some commuter car parking.
There would be a mixture of homes for London Affordable Rent (broadly equivalent to social rent) and shared ownership. All homes will be car-free for future residents with public transport to the city and local shops and amenities just a short walk away.
These proposals will also provide secure cycle parking for commuters and improvements to Donnefield Avenue.
See the proposals for Canons Park.
We are creating proposals for the development of land along Bollo Lane to provide new homes, green spaces and public realm improvements.
We want to work with residents, businesses and the wider community to make a positive and lasting contribution to the local area in a way that reflects the identity of Acton and the surrounding area. That means keeping the characteristics and features that make Bollo Lane unique.
The proposals for the Bollo Lane site include:
Find out more about the proposals for Bollo Lane.
There have been several plans and proposals for the area around Southwark station in previous years, though none have been considered suitable from a community or commercial perspective.
We have worked with London Borough of Southwark and Styles House residents to agree a set of principles that enabled a masterplan approach to the redevelopment of the wider site.
The proposals include new council homes, offices, new public realm and shared space in the heart of Southwark.
Find out more about the proposals for the Southwark over station development.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that it is working with A2Dominion to bring forward plans to deliver around 400 new affordable homes in Hounslow, details of which will be shared with the public later this week.
The proposals, which cover a 1.48 hectare site, have been designed by HKR architects and include the delivery of around 400 new affordable homes across four buildings. The homes will consist of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties. They will be a mixture of both shared ownership, which offers an affordable route into homeownership, and London Affordable Rent, which provides low-cost rented homes to support low-income households. The rent levels for London Affordable Rent are set by the Mayor of London and are substantially below open market rents.
Transport for London, and our partners Barratt London, have formed a partnership to help deliver a mixed-use scheme at Wembley Park station, off Brook Avenue. The scheme will deliver around 450 homes, half of which will be affordable, alongside new public realm and a significant contribution to improve local infrastructure. TfL owns the land between the railway tracks to the north and Brook Avenue to the south. The existing site comprises of office space for TfL staff and car parking for staff and public. It is located within the Wembley Area Action Plan and earmarked for development within the emerging Brent Local Plan. Two public exhibitions have been held on the site to seek feedback from the local community and more information can be found on the projects' website.
We have identified seven sites across London with the potential to provide more than 3,000 homes, with a minimum of 40% affordable on all new planning consents. Using a build to rent approach will allow us to build homes quickly while keeping a long term interest in the future development of our significant property estate.
It's likely some of the homes will be built through modular construction which is faster than traditional methods. It will also create a long-term, stable way of generating income which can then be reinvested back into the transport network.
The first phase of sites identified are:
The site, which is being used for storage by Crossrail Ltd, has the potential to provide 450 new homes, 40% of which will be affordable. There is also an opportunity to include some flexible space, which could be used for community events and to improve the local streetscape.
We are asking local people to provide feedback and comment on our plans for Southall Elizabeth line sidings.
At Nine Elms, Connected Living London plans to build around 450 homes and 40% will be affordable. Since getting planning permission in 2016, we have identified ways to create more homes, a better design and more affordable homes which we are asking the local community about.
Connected Living London expects to submit a revised proposal in spring 2020, after extensive public consultation.
See the proposals for Nine Elms Tube station.
We want to provide around 400 homes, 40% of which will be affordable with priority given to people who live and work in Enfield. The development will also provide commercial space, cycling facilities and improved public realm.
We are asking local people to provide feedback and comment on our plans. Find out more about our proposals for Cockfosters Tube station development.
We want to build around 150 homes, 40% of which will be affordable with priority given to people living or working in Enfield. The development will also provide a new public square, cycling facilities and better connections for pedestrians.
The proposals are at an early stage and we are asking local people to provide feedback and comment on our plans. Find out more about our plans for Arnos Grove.
At Montford Place, Connected Living London will provide around 140 homes of which 40% will be affordable. The plans also include commercial and flexible employment space.
The site is currently being used to help facilitate the Northern Line Extension. Connected Living London expects to submit a revised proposal in spring 2020, after extensive public consultation.
Find out more about the plans for Montford Place.
The site is is next to Canning Town Tube station and is currently a Crossrail works site which is not accessible to the public.
We have the opportunity to open up the site and create new green spaces, links to the River Lea and existing transport hubs. We also want to build 1,500 homes, 40% of which will be affordable.
We began engaging with the public in summer 2019 and will be ready with more detailed proposals in early 2020.
Find out more about proposals for Limmo Peninasula.
We have an extensive pipeline of sites and are identifying how and when we will bring each one forward. These are the sites we have announced so far.
We have started work to modernise Bank station, connecting it to Monument station and providing step-free access. Once the modernisation is complete, we will develop a new retail and office building above the new station entrance.
We have planning permission for a nine storey scheme, including 12,000 square metres of office and 650 square metres of retail space. We expect to start work on the 0.66 acre site in 2021.
We are working with our partners Knight Dragon and the GLA to bring forward the development of Peninsula Place.
Morden Town Centre is a regeneration scheme comprising around 2,000 homes, of which 40% are affordable, alongside more than 84,980 square feet of office, retail, and leisure spaces.
The scheme is being developed in partnership with London Borough of Merton and it has been showcased by the UKGBC Foreground programme as an example of next-generation sustainable development.
See the proposals for Morden.
Northwood is a 4.7 acre site in zone 6. It could provide around 250 new homes.
Find out more about our plans for Northwood Station Quarter.
Sites coming up include:
In February 2016 we appointed 13 major property development companies and consortia to a development framework which will help to deliver the thousands of homes, offices and retail spaces vital to keep London growing.
The organisations were selected following a competitive procurement process with over 50 companies registering their interest in becoming one of our property partners.
Our framework allows us to work in joint ventures with some of the best developers in the market, on land in London's most iconic locations. It works more efficiently than procuring a joint venture development partner on a site by site basis. The wider GLA family is also able to use the framework to bring forward developments on their sites.
The property partnership programme is part of our plans to raise £850m in income from property development and disposals by 2021/22 for reinvestment in London's transport network. The partnership is the first phase of our wider property development programme.
The 13 companies and consortiums selected are: