We are pleased to announce that two of our recent projects have received planning permission.
Willesden Green Cultural Centre by AHMM was issued a resolution to grant planning consent this month. Incorporating a much-loved Victorian library building and responding to the rich architectural context of the local Conservation Area, the Centre’s many facilities include a library, cafe, customer services, training, arts and community function spaces, as well as the Brent Archive and Brent Museum.
Developer London Square’s Upper Richmond Road received planning permission earlier this year. Designed by architects AHMM the mixed-use scheme is composed of a cascading series of dovetailing volumes sitting atop a retail and office space podium, the project will provide 76 double-aspect apartments and an array of balconies, wintergardens and terraces. New landscaping, a public forecourt and a south-facing private garden will complete the mix.