Further details emerge of GSK site masterplan
Thu 21 February 2013, 1:44 pm
Planning consultants behind the redevelopment of the former GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) site at Greenford Green have released new details of their vision for the project.
Greenford Green: artist's sketch of proposed regeneration scheme
Iceni Projects said its developers hoped to create approximately 600 homes on the site, and expects to apply for outline permission for the homes, ranging from one-bedroomed flats to five-bedroom houses, later this year.
Detailed permission would be sought for the conversion of Glaxo’s grade II-listed 1930s former HQ, which would accommodate some of the homes.
The scheme is also expected to feature a leisure hub, facing the Grand Union Canal, including a new cinema, shops, restaurants and a public open space.
Elsewhere on the site, Greenwich School of Management London opened its campus at Horsenden House last year, while modern office building Glaxo Wellcome House is currently being marketed by JLL and Savills.
Iceni's presentation documents can be seen here.
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