Mill Hill East Transport (before the bean counters cut it all)


Tuesday, 21 October 2014

"Taylor Wimpey to deliver new phase of development at north London former RAF barracks"

"House builder Taylor Wimpey has purchased five acres of land for the one of the next phases of development at the former RAF Inglis Barracks in Mill Hill, north London, according to a report in the Estates Gazette.

"The London Borough of Barnet granted outline permission in 2009 for the comprehensive, phased redevelopment of the 34 hectare site to provide a new district, named Millbrook Park. The wider plans include: 2,174 homes; a primary school with community facilities; 1,100 square metres of 'high street' retail space; 3,470 sq m of office space; an energy centre; and a new public park.

"Taylor Wimpey was selected to deliver one of the next phases of the scheme: the 114-home "Phase 4A". The reported acquisition of five acres of land from the Inglis Consortium will enable work to commence on the construction of 55 three- to five-bedroom houses overlooking the Totteridge Valley to the north of the site, and an apartment building with 59 units, underground car parking and communal gardens."

1 comment:

  1. There is much development in Mill Hill, as landmarks and green spaces are 'reclaimed' for luxury, retirement or commuter developments. Community Infrastructure Levy is surely an incentive but it remains to be seen how these newer buildings will age.