Paddington Green Police Station

Please note: The second round of consultation for Paddington Green Police Station has now closed. Many thanks to all those who took the time to review the proposals and provided feedback. This consultation website will remain live so the local community can continue to contact us and let us know their thoughts.

About The Project

Berkeley has identified a fantastic opportunity to deliver much needed private and affordable homes at the former Paddington Green Police Station. The proposals deliver significant public realm improvements, repair a broken streetscape, invest in and transform this incredibly prominent central London crossroads.

Following our initial consultation late last year, we received valuable feedback from the local community. From this, we have heard what local residents currently value and what their hopes are for the scheme. Thank you to all who provided feedback, this has helped shape the revised proposals and the project team are delighted to present the updated scheme for the Paddington Green Police Station.

Berkeley strives to create welcoming and inclusive neighbourhoods with homes of all tenures provided, alongside beautiful landscaped spaces for both residents and the public to enjoy. We believe our plans, which have been shaped by public comments, will transform the site to create thriving spaces for people to live, work, visit and enjoy.

This online consultation has been designed to ensure that the local community can be updated on our proposals and have their say before we submit a planning application in March 2021.

Find out more about our initial plans by viewing our digital exhibition boards below.

Live Webinar

As part of our consultation on the updated proposals, we hosted two live webinars where the project team presented the proposals and the local community had the opportunity to ask questions. We held the first webinar on 25th February and the second on 3rd March.

Both recording of this can be watched below.

Webinar: 25th February 2021

Webinar: 3rd March 2021

Responding To Your Feedback

Feedback from the initial consultation has made a valuable contribution to towards shaping our final proposals. As a result of the initial feedback we recieved the following elements of the proposals have been updated:

  • Height: Reduction of building heights to a maximum of 32 storeys, reducing homes to 555 in total
  • Family Homes: Increased number of larger family sized homes for socially rented families
  • Accessibility: Improved pedestrian and cycle connectivity and entrances
  • Affordable workspace: An enlarged community space which is to be provided as an affordable workspace
  • Sustainability: Focus on sustainable development with inclusion of triple glazing to reduce energy consumption, high-quality air filtration for residents and an increase in bio-diversity.
  • Public realm: Public realm was a top priority for survey respondents. We have therefore ensured our proposals go beyond our legal boundary to provide high-quality public areas. We continue to work with TfL and Westminster City Council to improve our proposals.
  • Traffic/parking: Ensure the development is a car-free scheme and contain as much servicing within the basement to reduce congestion on roads.
  • Ground floor: Creation of an enhanced ground floor through new flexible commercial space designed to activate the area.
  • Improved safety: Better lighting throughout the development along with better connections creating natural surveillance.

Our Vision

Our vision for Paddington Green Police Station will provide:

• 555 New private and affordable homes (38% affordable on-site)

• A new community facility with 3,000sqft of affordable workspace

• Roof gardens for all residents

• 10,000sqft of flexible commercial space and 40,000sqft of office space creating over 450 new jobs

• Deliver substantial public realm improvements for the area and improve the pedestrian network

• Create a green corridor through Newcastle Place

• Car free scheme

• Architecture designed to regenerate and enhance the site

• A landscape-led scheme, significantly increasing biodiversity and promoting carbon reduction

• Investment of over £17m in CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy) and S106 contributions

Combined the West End Gate masterplan will deliver:

• Completion of the masterplan and original vision

• Circa 1,390 homes in total

• Over 385 affordable homes on-site in the masterplan

• Vibrant ground floor uses with new restaurants and shops

• Improved public realm with a new Newcastle Place connection through to Paddington Green

• Provision of over 500 permanent jobs

Have Your Say

We would welcome your feedback and comments on the revised proposals. Once you have had the chance to read through all of the information on this website, please have your say by clicking below and completing our surveys.

Alternatively you can provide feedback by emailing or calling our freephone number 0800 193 1869


  1. Pre-Application Discussions with Westminster City Council & Greater London Assembly - Summer 2020 Complete
  2. Initial meetings with Local Stakeholders - Autumn 2020 Complete
  3. Initial Digital Community Consultation - Autumn/Winter 2020 Complete
  4. Consideration of Community Comments - Winter 2020 Complete
  5. Second Community Consultation - Spring 2021 Complete
  6. Consideration of Community Comments - Spring 2021 Complete
  7. Submission of Planning Application - Spring 2021 Complete
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Have Your Say

We are keen to understand your views on the initial proposals to redevelop the Paddington Green Police station. Once you have had the chance to read through all of the information on this website, please have your say by clicking below and completing our surveys.

Alternatively you can e-mail any comments to or call freephone 0800 193 1869

The Team






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Squire & Partners

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