Hammersmith and Fulham on the North End Road have approved a creative mixed-use development by Borough Architects.

The proposal is for the demolition of existing buildings at 260-262 North End Road and; the erection of a replacement part one to part five-storey building comprising of one retail unit (Class E(a)), 394sqm office floorspace (Class E(g)) and nine self-contained residential units (Class C3).

 The site was formerly a charity shop.

 The development is in keeping with the North End Road Development plan, a community-led initiative to improve the North End Road area in Fulham, Hammersmith. It aims to provide a long-term enhancement of the market and support the growth of existing and new businesses.

 The plan has received £1.25m of funding from the Mayor of London’s Good Growth Fund and involves various improvements such as traffic management, public realm, shopfronts and signage. 

 The plan is part of Hammersmith & Fulham’s Local Plan and Regeneration Strategy.

 The developer of the site is Almond Initiatives Ltd, and Borough Architects designed the project.

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