Third & Caird

W10
Mixed use

Key Details

Address
2-6 Caird Street, London W10 4RR
Completion
Autumn 2021
Flats
56
Prices from
£720,000
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Overview

Third & Caird is a mixed-use development in Maida Hill on the site of the Jubilee Leisure Centre adjacent to Queens Park Gardens in London W10.

Westminster City Council, in partnership with developers EcoWorld International, is building 56 new homes and a new leisure centre. The total 56 homes will comprise of 11 one-bedroom, 25 two-bedroom apartments and 20 three-bedroom houses.

New Homes: Modern townhouses and spacious apartments centre around a new community activity space with roof terraces boasting unique views of London.

Phase 1:
The first phase of 17 apartments launched in June 2020. One- and two-bedroom apartments over five floors on the corner of Third Avenue and Caird Street.

Townhouses:
The next phase to follow the apartments at Third & Caird will deliver a collection of 20 contemporary townhouses facing onto Caird Street.

New Homes For Rent: 19 of the 56 homes will be bought by Westminster council to provide below-market rents. These homes will provide four one-bedroom apartments and 15 two-bedroom apartments The 19 apartments will be built above the new Jubilee Leisure Centre comprising of a multi-use three-court sports hall and community suite.

Construction Timeline:
February 2020 - demolition programme commences (February to April)
August 2020 - construction works commence (August to December 2021)
December 2021 - Block A and B apartments complete
- Jubilee Community Sports Centre available for fit-out
Autumn 2022 - Jubilee Community Sport Centre to open
- Block B Townhouses complete

The site includes 2-6 Caird Street, 17-23 Bruckner Street and 1-3 Lancefield Street.

Transport:
Kensal Green station 1.2 km
Westbourne Park station 1.2km

Planning History

2014 - Planning permission for the initial application: Demolition of all existing buildings on site and redevelopment to provide a terrace of 20 townhouses fronting Caird Street, two buildings (one on corner of Caird Street and Third Avenue and the other on corner of Lancefield Street and Bruckner Street) accommodating 64 apartments (of which 12 are affordable) and a 772m2 (Class D1/D2) community sports and community centre, with associated car parking, cycle parking, private and communal amenity space and landscaping. Westminster Council Ref. No: 13/12250/COFUL.

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Site & Location

Transport

OVERGROUND
Queens Park (London) Rail Station - 11 min. walking / 677 metresLondon-overground
NATIONAL-RAIL
Queens Park (London) Rail Station - 11 min. walking / 677 metresWest-midlands-trains
BUS
Second Avenue - 4 min. walking / 265 metres18, 228, 28, N18

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Disclaimer

Information on this page is for guidance only and remains subject to change. Buildington does not sell or let this property. For more information about this property please register your interest on the original website or get in touch with the Connected Companies.