The Aintree Estate in Fulham, previously condemned, is to be replaced with 134 new homes.

Hartopp and Lannoy points were found to be substandard and demolished back in 2019. Consultation on the future of the estate has been for over one year.

The planning submission is for the redevelopment of the site comprising the erection of two buildings ranging in height from three to seven storeys. The plans will deliver 134 residential units together with associated parking, cycle parking, hard and soft landscaping, play space, access, utilities and other associated works, including demolition of the existing substation.

The developer is Hammersmith and Fulham (H&F), and the planners are BPTW.

H&F will confirm the next stage.

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