Hammersmith & Fulham Council has approved St George’s plans for a 415 home development at Chelsea Creek, including 146 affordable homes.
The waterside scheme – off the Chelsea Creek canal – is the latest development in an exciting new neighbourhood being created near the Thames in Imperial Road.
The council is pleased witht he number of affordable homes. “We’re working hard to support local people with genuinely affordable home schemes like this one in south Fulham,” said Cllr Andrew Jones, H&F Cabinet Member for the Economy and the Arts.
“We’re building the largest number of genuinely affordable homes in a decade at zero cost to residents. We don’t want anyone to be left behind with all the growth and development we’re bringing to H&F thanks to our Industrial Strategy.”
The plans also include 5,888 sq ft of offices, and a new public pedestrian route with a canal bridge linking the scheme and its neighbour on the former Fulham Gasworks site with Imperial Wharf Overground station and the nearby King’s Road.
The Chelsea Creek project is situated in the South Fulham Riverside regeneration area where the council aims to deliver significant growth opportunities for residents, new businesses, housing, jobs and infrastructure.