Reports suggest the Lots Road power station scheme is set to go on site in January.
The £500m Lots Road luxury residential development, mainly in RB Kensington & Chelsea, but on the border with LB Hammersmith & Fulham, includes the conversion of the redundant Lots Road power station, as well as 10 new buildings, with a 25-storey tower in Kensington and Chelsea and a 37-storey tower in Hammersmith and Fulham.
In all, 397 new homes will be produced by the Circadian developments scheme. 216 will be affordable. The scheme also inludes retail, commercial and public space. Circadian is a JV between Taylor Woodrow and Hutchinson Whampoa, and is reported by Construction News to be tendering the early construction packages now.
Permission was granted in 2006 by then deputy prime minister John Prescott when he overruled a local planning inspector.