Chelsea Barracks is a residential-led development in Belgravia, London SW1. Luxury apartments, penthouses and townhouses are for sale.
The Chelsea Barracks development cost £3bn to build and was the most sustainable development in Europe in 2021. One of only 16 developments in the world to achieve LEED platinum certification for green building in spring 2021.
- The development welcomed its first residents in November 2019.
- 448 residential units including 123 affordable units
- 7 garden squares designed by landscape architects Kim Wilkie and Gustafson Porter
- Public sports facility with a swimming pool
- Spa (lighting design by Sharon Marston)
- Medical centre
- Community centre
- Local convenience shops
- 5 acres of public squares, streets and gardens
- 100 new trees
- Children’s play space
The redevelopment of the 12,8-acre site of the former Chelsea Barracks will provide new homes with a mix of private homes for sale and affordable homes including ‘extra care' housing for the elderly.
The apartments and houses are built around seven new garden squares. There is around 5 acres of green space.
The variety of sizes and types of homes, including apartments, town and mews houses, is intended to help the development ‘blend in'.
41 homes will be available at a discounted rent for the residents/workers of Westminster.
- Whistler Square
- Mulberry Square
- Garrison Square
The Garrison Club
The Garrison Club is the amenity offering that includes the Spa, Business Suite and Residents Lounge. The Spa was designed by Goddard Littlefair London and dressed by Elicyon. The Business Suite and Residents Lounge were dressed by Elicyon.
Consent for the designs by architects Squire and Partners was granted in May 2014. The three blocks that make up phase 1 contain 74 apartments that range in size from 1 to 6 bedrooms. This phase will also provide a cafe on the corner of block 1 to help animate the new public entrance to the site on Pimlico Road.
The 74 apartments in phase one were expected to have price tags ranging from £2 million to £50 million, reported Evening Standard in March 2015 when construction started on site.
The 1st Phase completed in 2019.
Detailed design proposals for Phase 2, by architects Paul Davis + Partners, were submitted to Westminster City Council in May 2014 and consent was granted for the designs in August 2014. Phase 2 consists of 15 townhouses divided into two blocks which are 4 storeys at the front and 5 storeys to the rear, as the designs include a sunken rear garden. Some of the properties will have summerhouses in their rear garden.
Detailed design proposals for Phase 3A, by architects Ben Pentreath and Associates, were submitted to Westminster City Council in late August 2014. This phase consists of 2 blocks, one of which will be a mews house and another which will be a restaurant and delicatessen, forming one side of a new public square. It is intended to temporarily use Phase 3A as a marketing suite and show apartment while the rest of the site is being constructed. A separate application has been made to Westminster City Council for this use.
Phase 3b includes residential use and retail use, along with the conversion of the Chapel. Design work for this phase is in the early stages. The Chapel completed in November 2018.
Phase 4 will contain 3 apartment buildings arranged around a private courtyard. The designer for this phase is Eric Parry Architects. Landscape Architect Gustafson Porter + Bowman. Multiplex started construction in March 2019. Ardmore fit-out is expected to complete in 2023.
Phase 5 will contain new townhouses arranged around a square.
Phase 5b of the Chelsea Barracks masterplan is located adjacent to Phase 5a to the northern border of the site and is designed by Piercy & Company. It consists of 3 townhouses and 3 mews houses arranged in a crescent facing onto ‘Orchard Square’, a key residential square. To the north, at the rear of Phase 5b, sits a row of Georgian townhouses running along St. Barnabas Street.
Phase 6 contains private apartments, affordable housing and community facilities, such as a sports centre, health facility and retail.
Buildings 18 and 19 by Eric Parry Architects reflect the consented composition of Phase 4 and are 6 storeys in height with an additional two-storey penthouse set back at the upper level. The design proposals generally replicate the architectural character and materiality of Phase 4 across Five Fields Square. The Eric Parry Architects buildings in Phase 6a provide a total of 85 private residential units.
Building 20 is designed by Squire & Partners. It is an apartment building treated as a single block with a front entrance and lobby, and a central core serving all the apartments. The building has a maximum height of eight
Phase 6B is the final phase of development. The remaining buildings along Ebury Bridge Road will deliver extra care units (senior living), affordable housing units consisting of intermediate and social rent, the swimming pool, sports centre, primary care trust, and the retail offer.
Mace has been appointed as the main contractor to deliver Phase 1, 2 and 3 of the Chelsea Barracks Scheme.
Chelsea Barracks is a LEED Platinum certified project.
The development is completed in phases. The entire development is due to complete in 2024.
Want to buy or rent in Chelsea Barracks? Contact Knight Frank and Savills for apartments for sale. For price list, brochure and floor plans please visit the development website.
2019 First residents move in.
2018 Exhibition of Phase 6B phase is held in February.
2017 Exhibition of phases 5b and 6a are held in July.
Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Co. is said to have sold almost 30 homes at the $4.3 billion Chelsea Barracks project before the properties are offered to the wider market later in 2016, said a source to Bloomberg. Buyers had agreed to pay about £4,500 ($6,500) a square foot. 
2016 The sales website launches. The slogan is - A Heritage. A Destiny. A Legacy.
2015 Work starts on site.
1. Chelsea Barracks chelseabarracks.net
London's Chelsea Barracks Homes Said to Sell at 200% Premium, Bloomberg 25. April 2016 http://www.bloomberg.com
2. Chelsea Barracks Partnership www.chelseabarrackspartnership.com
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