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Adpar Street car park development

New community supportive homes on the Hall Place Estate.

Published: 23 January 2021

Last updated: 30 March 2021

The Project

The council has planning permission to redevelop Adpar Street Car Park in Little Venice ward.

This project will deliver:

  • 20 new community supportive homes which incorporate ‘HAPPI’ principles (see more information about these below)
  • affordable homes at social rents
  • car parking for existing licensees
  • a rooftop terrace available to all new residents
  • green landscaping improvements to space outside Braithwaite Tower
  • homes that will be offered to local people first through a Local Lettings Plan
Adpar Street car park development

What are community supportive homes?

Community supportive homes are self-contained flats for residents aged 60+ that have communal facilities, offer social activities and have guest rooms for visitors.

The homes may be suitable for residents who want to stay close to friends and family in the area.

The scheme manager at Devonshire House directly opposite will provide a management service from either within Devonshire or from the office in the new development. For safety and security, each flat is linked to a 24-hour emergency alarm.

HAPPI Principles

These new homes will utilise Housing our Ageing Population Panel for Innovation (‘HAPPI’) principles which help architects design homes to meet the individual needs of residents in this type of housing. This will provide residents with a comfortable, pleasant environment to live in. HAPPI homes have plenty of space, light and ventilation.

We are working with our construction partner Osborne who will begin the main construction in Summer 2021. The project is due to be completed in early 2023.

This project is part of the council’s Infills Programme, which turns underutilised spaces throughout Westminster into much needed affordable homes.

Planning Application

The council consulted extensively with the local community and received planning permission in October 2020.

Visit the Planning Portal to see all the planning documents.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about scheme, please email [email protected]