A leading London development and investment firm have submitted plans that could see 54 new homes in the capital.
Native Land submitted a planning application to Westminster City Council to redevelop Kilmuir House on Eaton Terrace in London’s Belgravia as part of a mixed-use, residential-led scheme.
The proposal will see 8 one-bed, 21 two-bed and 25 three-bedroom apartments – including a portion of affordable homes delivered to one of the capitals most sought after boroughs.
In addition to the residential developments, Native Land has also pledged to deliver what it calls a “flexible retail space” at ground level for businesses.
Commenting on the proposed scheme, Alasdair Nicholls, Chief Executive of Native Land, said: “Our proposed plans for Kilmuir House will sympathetically repair this historic urban block in one of London’s most prestigious locations.
“We have spent three years carefully considering our architectural approach to the redevelopment of this site in close consultation with the local community and Westminster City Council.
“We are committed to delivering an unparalleled residential development that is underpinned by excellent design, while also introducing a more sustainable and energy-efficient building in the heart of Belgravia.”
Beyond new homes, Native Land has also pledged to protect the local environment by planning additional street trees as well as a central courtyard garden.
In addition to new foliage and greenery, Native Land is promising that the new building will prove an overall 50% reduction in the overall CO2 emissions compared to the current Kilmuir House.