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 conversations with Westminster City Council and the Greater London Assembly, and considering the wider West End Gate masterplan, we intend to create a diverse development at a prominent gateway into the city that has placemaking and sustainability at its heart.
Our plans 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 have their say on the proposals and comments can feed into the design process.
Following initial comments on the proposals we will consider responses and revise the proposals.
Find out more about our initial plans by viewing our digital exhibition boards below.
As part of our consultation with the local community we hosted two live webinars where the project team presented the proposals and the local community had the opportunity to ask questions.
The first webinar took place on Thursday 3rd December and the second webinar took place on Thursday 10th December, you can watch the recordings below.
Thank you to all who took part, any further questions can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our vision for Paddington Green Police Station will provide:
• 650 new homes, including strategic 50% affordable homes (40% on-site and 10% offsite)
• A new community facility
• Roof gardens for all residents
• New retail and office space (55,000 sqft) creating over 450 new jobs
• Deliver substantial public realm improvements for the area and improve the pedestrian network
• Create a green corridor through Newscastle Place
• Architecture designed to regenerate and enhance the site
• A landscape led scheme, significantly increasing biodiversity
• Over 17m in Community Infrastructure Levy payments (CIL) and S106 contributions
Combined the West End Gate masterplan will deliver:
• Completion of the masterplan and original vision
• Circa 1,500 homes in total
• Over 440 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
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 email@example.com or call freephone 0800 193 1869