Surplus NHS land will be transformed into a mix of flats and three-bedroom maisonettes. Nearly a quarter of the new homes will be for London Affordable Rent with the remainder being for shared ownership.
The development will be connected to Network’s existing Luma development, which houses many NHS staff, creating a large communal garden for all residents to enjoy. The historic former refectory, which once part of a Victorian workhouse, will be retained as a commercial space.
The scheme, designed by architect Haworth Tomkins, sits within the Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area, where 25,000 new homes are planned.
David Gooch, Network Homes executive director for Development, said: “We’re really pleased to have secured planning permission for this exciting new scheme. It will provide much needed affordable homes to the area as well create a lovely green space and employment opportunities for both new and existing residents.”