Notting Hill Genesis and Southwark Council are working in partnership to regenerate the Aylesbury Estate in South East London. We are committed to delivering a masterplan for c.3,600 new homes, 50% of which will be affordable.
At a glance
Regeneration of the Aylesbury is about more than new homes, community facilities and improved open spaces. The partnership is committed to ensuring that local people experience the social and economic benefits of regeneration, such as employment, education and training and improvements in health and wellbeing.
- Architects: HTA, Hawkins Brown, Mae Architects
- Contractors: Hill Partnerships, Vistry Partnerships
- Units: c.3,600 new homes, 50% of which will be affordable housing with 75% for social rent and 25% shared ownership or shared equity.
Explore the development
About Aylesbury Estate, Southwark
Notting Hill Genesis was selected as the Council's development partner in January 2014. Following our selection we entered into the Development Partnership Agreement (DPA) with the Council in April and only eight months later, following 17 public pre-planning consultation meetings, we submitted an outline planning application for the masterplan, a detailed application for 830 homes on the First Development Site (FDS) on Albany Road, and an environmental impact assessment. Planning approval was received in April 2015.
Demolition for the first phase began in 2017, with construction commencing on FDS in 2019, and on 'Plot 18' in 2020. In addition to new homes, Plot 18 on Thurlow Street will also deliver a new neighbourhood hub, featuring a library, health centre and public square. We anticipate that the first new homes of the redevelopment will be completed in 2021.
NHG is also providing an extensive programme of community development for the Aylesbury, which includes training, apprenticeships and job opportunities. We are supporting unemployed Southwark residents into jobs across a range of fields and at a variety of entry levels, and are committed to pay the London Living Wage throughout the Aylesbury regeneration supply chain.