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A major, mixed-use regeneration scheme on a key, brownfield site next to the new Crossrail Station in Hayes – delivering new residential accommodation, a hotel, an apart-hotel, alongside retail, leisure and community uses.
Due to the sensitivities of the site, Rolfe Judd undertook extensive consultation with LB Hillingdon, Network Rail, British Waterways, First Great Western and BAA. The scheme provides 576 high quality residential units, of which 35% are affordable. Recognising the excellent transport links to central London, there is also a 119 bed hotel and 140 unit apart-hotel on site.
In addition, there is a ‘life box’ – a gallery space to be used by London’s arts organisations for the display of public art – as well as a new public square for the town centre.
The scheme fronts onto the Grand Union Canal and is designed around a series of public and private spaces, which make use of the water and include new moorings for canal boats
Client: Ballymore Properties
LPA: LB Hillingdon
Architect: Rolfe Judd Architecture