Penoyre & Prasad has been appointed by Brent Council to bring forward the design of a residential development and medical centre in South Kilburn.
‘The Peel Project’ will provide 235 residential units, a new medical centre and a new public square on the site presently occupied by Peel Precinct, 97 to 112 Carlton House and 8 to 14 Neville Close – and the portakabin currently occupied by South Kilburn Studios. The Peel Project team is led by Penoyre & Prasad and includes East Architecture, Price & Myers and Max Fordham.
Partner Mark Rowe said “We’re proud to have been selected to work with Brent Council, local residents and GP’s to take the next steps in the rebuilding of this part of London.
The quality of what’s been achieved here to date is undeniable, and we intend to create a family of buildings and public spaces that maintain those high standards.”
Brent Council has demonstrated a commitment to high quality and award winning design for the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme through the appointment of practices including Alison Brooks Architects, Lifshutz Davidson Sandilands, Simpson Haugh & Partners, FCB Studios, PRP Architects and Erect Architecture.
Councillor Margaret McLennan, Lead Member for Housing and Development at Brent Council said: “The Peel Project is a significant part of the regeneration of South Kilburn and will bring forward a brand new medical centre, an attractive new public square and hundreds of new high quality homes, including homes for existing secure tenants.
“An exciting scheme such as this requires an exceptional design team so we are thrilled to have appointed Penoyre and Prasad as the lead architects. We will now work with them to prepare a planning application.”