Hammersmith & Fulham have formally announced their collaboration agreement with Capital & Counties at Earls Court.
Hammersmith & Fulham Council have formally agreed to work with other landowners in Earls Court Capital & Counties and Transport for London on one of the biggest regeneration projects in London.
The Council wants to use the planned redevelopment of Earls Court exhibition centres after 2012 to provide 1650 new homes for residents on the West Kensington (pictured) and Gibbs Green Estates.
The Council wants to see an International Conference Centre built on the Earls Court site, and while major landowner Capital & Counties have not confirmed this is also part of their mixed use residential/commercial plans, the parties are known to have been in discussion about the issue.
The council has signed a ‘collaboration agreement’ to work with Capital & Counties and with Transport for London, which owns the Lillie Road depot.
Gary Yardley from Capital & Counties, and Cllr Mark Loveday of LBHF will both be speaking in a session entitled “Making Places” at the Place West London Conference on October 13 – see the full programme or book your place now.