West Hampstead scheme to include London offices
A proposed mixed-use redevelopment scheme in West Hampstead is set to include London offices.

According to CoStar UK, developer Ballymore and Network Rail have teamed up to submit plans to Camden Council to transform a site located between the overground and underground stations in the area, with work to begin in 2013 and finish two years later.

The 2.4-acre plot on West End Lane will include 7,000 sq ft of office space, along with retail units, 200 residential apartments and a public square measuring 7,000 sq ft, which will be home to cafes and farmers' market stalls.

Ballymore's portfolio includes other developments containing London offices, such as New Providence Wharf, which has more than 538,000 sq ft of room for offices and shops.

The company is also involved in plans to develop land around the forthcoming US embassy in Vauxhall Nine Elms. Embassy Gardens will have the potential to deliver more than 500,000 sq ft of London offices.

Posted by John Evans

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