Green light for 2,300-home north London estate regeneration

Plans for a 2,300-home redevelopment of a 1970s housing estate in north west London have been approved by councillors, two years after similar plans were blocked by mayor Sadiq Khan over the scheme's failure to provide enough homes for social rent.

by Mark Wilding
A CGI of plans for the redevelopment of the Grahame Park estate. Image: Choices for Grahame Park / Notting Hill Genesis
A CGI of plans for the redevelopment of the Grahame Park estate. Image: Choices for Grahame Park / Notting Hill Genesis

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