Triangle London Developments (TLD), a consortium between Notting Hill Housing and U+I, have been selected by TfL as preferred partner to develop a 4.7acre site around Northwood Station. The site has the potential to provide more than 150 new homes, 35 per cent of which will be affordable housing.
The site, which was launched to the Property Partnerships Framework last year, will deliver step-free access to the Tube station, new public space alongside retail and commercial space and an improved bus interchange.
Northwood station is located in zone 6 on the Metropolitan line in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Subject to contracts, the joint venture will see TfL work with TLD to carry out public consultation and engagement on proposals later this year, ahead of submitting a planning application.
John Hughes, Group Development Director for Notting Hill Housing, said:
"This is a very exciting opportunity for Triangle London Developments to continue our work with TfL, bringing forward much needed affordable housing in London. We look forward to the positive impact the Northwood Station project will have on the local community."
Graeme Craig, Director of Commercial Development at TfL, said: "Working closely with the Mayor, this financial year we will have brought to market sites that will generate over 3,000 homes, half of which will affordable. Our development programme will transform dozens of neighbourhoods across London, creating thousands of jobs, and generating hundreds of millions of pounds to plough back into the transport network, alongside operational improvements such as step-free access at stations."
Across all sites brought forward since May 2016, 50 per cent of the homes will be affordable - with individual sites contributing between 35 and 100 per cent. In addition to substantial amounts of housing, TfL's programme provides retail and commercial space, as well as operational improvements such as step free access at stations.