Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s planning committee has resolved to grant consent for a new development of 242 riverside flats next to the proposed site for Thames Water’s super sewer in Fulham.
Hammersmith & Fulham (H&F) Council resolved to grant consent for Londonewcastle and Royal London Asset Management’s application to build the homes along with 3,045 square metres for shops, restaurants and bars in Hurlingham Retail Park in Carnwath Road.
The scheme, on the site of the current Curry’s PC World, will also have two new public open spaces and upgrade the Thames Path for pedestrians and cyclists.
The 1.4 hectare piece of land is the proposed location for a major riverside construction site for the Thames Tunnel. The Planning Inspectorate is currently examining a Thames Water planning application to carry out sewer excavations for at least eight years and will submit a recommendation to government ministers later in the year on whether they should grant approval or not.