Description of Carrick Yard
Carrick Yard is a new residential-led mixed-use development in London NW8.
Luton & Fisherton Street development will deliver 168 new homes. Over a third of the new homes will be affordable and the project includes a sports hall, green landscaped area and community space.
The development includes apartments for open market sale, affordable housing - social and intermediate rent, a 3-court sports hall and community space, extensive landscaping both private and publicly accessible and lower ground level car and cycle parking, energy centre and building servicing.
New Homes For Sale and Rent
The development will include 109 homes for sale and 59 affordable homes. 40 of these will be for social rent, and 19 will be intermediate.
There will be 76 underground car parking spaces, a three-court sports hall and a community space.
A £3million contribution will be made to infrastructure and public realm funds and £2.4million contributed for work to surrounding residential buildings.
As part of the S106 agreement, Westminster and Linkcity will engage with local schools and this could include access to the sports facilities.
The project is part of the wider Church Street Regeneration programme which is expected to deliver 1,240 new homes, over half of which will be affordable. The council has made a commitment to deliver 1,850 affordable homes across Westminster by 2023.
2019 October - Work started in 2019 and is expected to last for around two and a half years.
March 2019 - Planning permission granted.
2017 September - Planning application submitted for: Demolition of buildings and redevelopment to provide two six storey buildings above lower ground and row of three storey townhouses comprising up to 168 residential units with ancillary facilities (Class C3) and a Sports Hall (Class D2), and associated car park, energy centre and all other works incidental to the proposed development. 17/08619/FULL.