The developer Meyer Homes has submitted plans for two mixed use schemes in London tatalling 1181 residential units and around 40,000 Sq ft of commercial space.
The larger of the 2 schemes based in Woolwich, South London, will deliver 804 homes including retail, office and community workspace. This Woolwich Central scheme will be developed in 2 phases and building will be situated on either side of an existing Tesco superstore. Plans include a 30 storey residential tower on the NE part of the site and a cluster of blocks on the other end of the site.
The smaller Hillingdon Gateway scheme is based in Hillingdon, West London will deliver 377 new homes, shops and affordable workspace. The residential blocks will range in height from four to nine storeys.