The scheme will now go forward as a hybrid planning application next Summer with hopes that construction work will now start in 2026, a year later than originally planned.
The first phase of development will comprise over 1,000 homes, the first cultural and commercial buildings, and the park and vital east-west connections.
The developer is a joint venture between Delancey, Dutch pension fund manager APG and Transport for London, first formed to take forward the plan in December 2019.
Rob Heasman, CEO of ECDC, said: “Today marks one more step in our journey to create something truly incredible here at Earls Court.
“In 2021, we shared a new vision to bring the wonder back to Earls Court, to ensure our plans for the future create unforgettable experiences, as in the past.
“Our plans have progressed and benefitted from continued open dialogue”
“There is no other central London site like this; this is our chance to build sustainably and innovatively for the future, ensuring that Earls Court is a place to discover wonder for generations to come.”