Carter Jonas has successfully secured reserved matters and detailed planning permission for Harrow View LLP, a joint venture between Barratt London and Hyde Housing, on three phases of development on the former Kodak factory in Harrow.
Reserved matters comprising 460 residential dwellings and a large area of public realm known as the Green Link were approved for Plot D7 in January 2018 alongside detailed permission for a new energy centre.
Following this, reserved matters were granted for 350 new homes on Plots B1 and C1 (at either end of the Green Link) in December 2018. Both phases provide a range of house types, sizes and tenures. 40% of units across both phases will be affordable, helping to create a genuinely mixed and balanced community at Harrow View East.
An application for detailed permission on the remainder of the site was submitted in 2019 which comprised over 1,200 homes, 40% of which are to be affordable across a variety of tenures. A resolution has been granted to approve this phase which provides a significant uplift on the number of units envisaged by the outline permission associated with this site, reflecting its location within a Housing Zone and an Opportunity Area.