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Major mixed-use London development receives go-ahead

Helical Bar and Aviva Investors have received planning permission for their 1.55 million sq ft residential-led Brickfields development at White City in London.

Planning permission and conservation area consent were granted subject to entering into a section 106 Agreement.

The 11-acre site is based on the former Dairy Crest site just north of Westfield London shopping centre and located next to White City underground station.

The scheme will comprise 1,150 new homes, 210,000 sq ft of offices and about 60,000 sq ft of retail, leisure and community uses set within extensive landscaping.

About 20,000 sq ft of new retail space will be created around a new urban square targeted at local and start-up companies andan ecological walk and a major public garden will also be developed.

Brickfields forms part of the White City Opportunity Area, a large area of land identified as a key strategic location for regeneration by Hammersmith & Fulham Council and the Mayor of London.

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