Tollgate Gardens regeneration

The Tollgate Gardens Estate is located in the Maida Vale area in the North West of Westminster.

Built in the 1960s, the estate was in need of redevelopment and identified in the council's Housing Renewal Strategy 2010 as one of the priority renewal areas.

Residents voted in favour of regeneration proposals in 2010, and a planning application for the transformation of Tollgate Gardens was given the green light by the council in November 2013.

Over the next three years Tollgate Gardens is being transformed with the creation of a series of street side terraces set around a new communal garden space.

The new terraces will accommodate 195 new homes, with 53 refurbished homes in the retained Tollgate House.

Half of the homes across Tollgate Gardens will be affordable - 26 more affordable homes than were provided on the previous estate.

Construction is now well underway. You can view progress via the time-lapse camera links below.


Statement of reasons

Statement of case

Notice of public inquiry

Notice of interest

Map of CPO area

Notice of confirmation

Statement concerning general vesting declaration

DCLG Tollgate CPO Confirmation Extract

View images from the time-lapse cameras at Tollgate Gardens:

Useful documents

Tollgate Gardens Planning Application

Tollgate Decant Notice (PDF, 38KB)

Past newsletter

Tollgate Gardens news August 2012

Tollgate Garden news January 2013

Tollgate Gardens news June 2013


Tollgate Gardens Public Exhibition (3.52 mb)

Tollgate Cabinet Report (130 kb)

General FAQs (36 kb)

Leaseholder FAQ (44 kb)


Want to find out more about the other renewal areas in Westminster? Visit our Housing Renewal homepage for links to all the renewal sites.

Last updated: 2 November 2017
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