High environmental standards

We have committed to be a carbon neutral council by 2030. As part of this, new homes delivered by the council are designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible.

Scroll down to learn more about how we are delivering a green Westmead.

This development will deliver

Homes built to high energy efficiency standards, resulting in cheaper energy bills for residents

Lower carbon emissions through environmentally friendly, renewable energy sources

New and improved green space for new and existing community

Green Westmead
Sustainable homes
Working toward carbon neutrality

Green Westmead

Westminster City Council is committed to creating a healthier, greener city. 

To achieve this, the development will include:  

  • green space for the new residents to enjoy in addition to their private amenity spaces
  • improved public green space for the wider community
  • foliage and planting on the roof to absorb carbon and create a welcoming environment for biodiversity

You can read more about our plans to improve the public green space next to Westmead here.

Sustainable homes

Our updated proposals for the redevelopment of Westmead are designed to be as environmentally friendly and sustainable as possible. 

To achieve this the development will include:  

  • solar panels on the roof generating renewable energy from the sun, cutting emissions and reducing bills  
  • materials designed to insulate homes, keeping the heat in therefore using less energy in the winter

Working toward carbon neutrality

Westminster City Council have declared a climate emergency. As part of this the council is committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2030.

We are working to ensure all our developments are built to high environmental standards and putting energy efficiency at the heart of our programme. 

Learn more about our plan to achieve carbon neutrality in the City for All strategy published earlier this year.

Do you have a question?

Please get in touch with our Regeneration Team to learn more about the project.