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Green light for Network Homes’ 1,000-home scheme in north London | News

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Housing affiliation Network Homes has been given the inexperienced light for practically 1,000 properties on land subsequent to Northwick Park Hospital in north-west London.

The PRP-designed scheme is the second part of a £450m, 1,600 residence improvement which will even embody pupil amenities, business house and a nursery throughout 19 buildings on the location. It will embody 40% inexpensive properties.

The first part, consisting of 654 properties, was given the go-ahead in December final yr.

A spokesperson for Network Homes mentioned a contractor for the second part, which was accredited by Brent council late final month, might be introduced shortly.

The improvement of the land between Northwick Park Hospital and the adjoining Northwick park is being led by a partnership between Network Homes, London North West Hospitals NHS Trust, the council and the University of Westminster.

The 4 organisations have been awarded £500,000 from the One Public Estate programme, a Cabinet Office scheme to encourage public sector organisations to make higher use of their land.

Northwick Park Hospital made headlines in 2006 after a disastrous scientific trial on the location resulted in the close to deaths of six individuals when the drug being examined unexpectedly brought about catastrophic organ failures.