Clearview Homes have gained planning approval for a development in South Harrow.
Permission has been granted to create 50 “eco-friendly” homes. The 49 flats and 1 house will be built on the old filling station site close to Sainsbury’s.
“Meeting higher “code levels” of sustainability will mean homes that are environmentally friendly, tranquil, temperate and economic to run at a time when energy costs are rising,” stated Stephen Murphy, Clearview’s MD.
“We are absolutely delighted to be part of South Harrow’s regeneration”, he continued, “and this ratifies our commitment to West London”.
This is Clearview Homes’ fourth development in the London Borough of Harrow since 2007. Their current development of two and three bedroom houses in Alexandra Avenue will shortly be coming to the market.
Clearview Homes purchased the site without planning permission and, along with one of the country’s leading architects, Fulham-based Assael Architecture, created a design and environment that they say “ticked all the boxes” of sustainable development and local needs.
“The input of the Harrow Planning Department with positive suggestion and clear advice as to their local needs was a huge advantage and, created a successful team effort”. Mr Murphy stated.
Ten of the units will be allocated for South Harrow’s social housing requirements.