The specialist brownfield regeneration developer, Inland Homes, has submitted a planning application for more than 500 homes at a six-acre site in Hillingdon, Greater London.
Formerly the site of the Master Brewer Hotel, the mixed-use, residential-led Hillingdon Gardens will consist of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with a total of 514 homes (179 affordable) as well as 1,250 sq m of commercial space.
Developer Inland Homes have been working closely with the London Wildlife Trust to create idyllic landscaped surrounding areas as well as what it calls a ‘Nature Recovery Network’, that will ensure the protection of the existing natural ecosystems.
Commenting on the development, Stephen Wicks, CEO of Inland Homes said: “This is an important brownfield regeneration project which will help create over 500 new homes, ensuring a positive contribution to housing needs in the London Borough of Hillingdon. The scheme will benefit the natural environment surrounding the site, creating an attractive landscape. Inland Homes has a strong record of securing planning permission and delivering complex brownfield sites, and we look forward to achieving full planning permission.”