Kidbrooke Station Square
Notting Hill Genesis and Transport for London are working together to deliver new homes, shops, open spaces and a vibrant new centre around Kidbrooke Station. We've worked with the local community and stakeholders to design attractive homes, new public spaces and commercial facilities. Workspace and retail will sit around a main square. We're also set to improve public transport, pedestrian and cycle routes.
At a glance
Kidbrooke Station Square is at the heart of regeneration under way in the Kidbrooke area. Residential squares and streetscapes with podium level private courtyards will sit behind the station square, which will offer retail units and other services. A minimum of 50% affordable housing has been committed.
- Architect: Glenn Howells Architects
- 619 new homes (310 private homes, 157 shared ownership and 152 affordable rent)
- Great transport links with a short commute into central London
- Commercial offering with new shops, a cafe and work-space
- On-site nursery included
Explore the development
About Kidbrooke Station Square, Greenwich
What's happened so far?
Works on the Kidbrooke site commenced at the beginning of 2020, however with the unprecedented events of the Covid-19 outbreak, all operations were brought to a safe stop at the end of March. In June 2020, our contractor John F Hunt resumed works to prepare the site ready for development. The Kidbrooke team and John F Hunt have worked together to ensure that current Covid-safe practices are maintained and that operations can continue in line with industry standards.
What works are John F Hunt completing?
John F Hunt has undertaken a variety of tasks to remediate and produce a site ready for the first stage of development. Perimeter boards and clear safety signage have been erected around the site. Ground clearance was carried out with the removal of dense vegetation and contaminates, and vehicle access routes were created to assist with traffic management.
Ground improvement techniques to stabilise and improve the condition of the land were successful. The installation of underground utility services and levelling the ground for concrete foundations has also developed well, leaving a site that will be ready and equipped for the main building works to begin soon. Over the coming months you will start to see concrete being poured and construction starting on the first six residential buildings.
What's happening next?
We entered into a building contract with Ardmore in March 2021 for the construction of the first phase of new homes, and will soon be ready to start construction work on site. The next stage of the development will include the building of 413 new homes. Activity will begin to increase as building infrastructure across the six buildings is erected. This phase of the programme is due to complete in 2023.