Carter Jonas is acting on behalf of L&Q to deliver detailed planning permission for the first phase of redevelopment of the former Kodak Factory in Harrow.
Known as Aperture Works to draw upon the site’s legacy as a manufacturing centre of cameras and film, this phase will provide 747 new homes as well as a food store, flexible commercial spaces, and a health centre. A new green link will connect Aperture Works to the wider regeneration of the former Kodak factory (being implemented by Barratt London and Hyde Housing) and onto Headstone Manor.
Reserved Matters were approved in December 2017 and subsequently a full application was submitted in respect of Plot A3 to secure the relocation of the health centre and an uplift height and the number of residential units on the corner of Headstone Drive and Harrow View.
The outline permission for this phase required 21.5% of the units to be affordable. As a registered provider, L&Q will voluntarily deliver an additional 108 shared ownership units above the outline requirement, effectively delivering 40% of the units across the phase as affordable.