This is the second Countryside Partnerships project in South Kilburn and will sit alongside the North West Quarter development, together delivering 547 homes.
The South Kilburn estate’s existing buildings – Neville House, Winterleys, 113-128 Carlton House and Carlton Hall – will be demolished shortly.
The new scheme prioritises social housing and will deliver the first homes by Summer 2025 to accommodate existing South Kilburn residents.
Countryside Partnerships projects the new homes will to achieve a 60% saving on CO2 beyond building regulations requirements.
Cllr Shama Tatler, Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Planning and Growth at Brent Council, said: “We’re now almost halfway through our 15-year regeneration programme for South Kilburn and can’t wait to get started on the next phase with Countryside Partnerships.
Right across the country local authorities are grappling with spiralling inflation and building costs, but despite the challenges, we are really delighted to be able to deliver this brilliant scheme for residents.
“This project will create more than 200 much-needed new homes, almost half of which will be for existing South Kilburn residents.”