Revised plans have been submitted for Comer Homes plans to redevelop the North London Business Park.
The overall plans would now see 1,350 – 150 more than previously planned – homes built in buildings from eight or nine storeys, as well as a five form secondary school, a gym, open space and improvements to transport.
A consultation will open soon on the revised plans, which include 10 percent affordable housing provision and a reduction in the height of the tallest buildings from 11 storeys to nine, while some buildings along the boundary of the rail line have increased from 7 to 9 storeys.
The application is a hybrid for the phased redevelopment of the North London Business Park on Oakleigh Road South in New Southgate. The detailed element comprises 360 residential units in five blocks reaching eight storeys, the provision of a 5 form entry secondary school, a gymnasium, a multi-use sports pitch and associated changing facilities and improvements to open space and transport infrastructure, including improvements to the access from Brunswick Park Road.
The outline element comprises up to 990 additional residential units in buildings ranging from two to nine storeys, up to 5,177 sqm of non-residential floor space and 2.54 hectares of open space.