Green light for 454-home Wembley scheme with 40 per cent affordable housing level

Plans have been approved for 454 homes in five towers of up to 21 storeys in north west London, after planners advised that the proposals would provide "significantly more than the maximum reasonable amount of affordable housing".

by Mark Wilding
A visualisation of the plans for the Wembley scheme. Image credits: Visuals and Rendering - AVR London; Design and Content - TateHindle (Architects) & MacFarlane Associates (Landscape)
A visualisation of the plans for the Wembley scheme. Image credits: Visuals and Rendering - AVR London; Design and Content - TateHindle (Architects) & MacFarlane Associates (Landscape)

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