TfL role will help create much-needed new homes

Notting Hill Housing is among the developers chosen by Transport for London (TfL) to help create thousands of new homes on unused land.

The 13 developers and consortiums will be able to bid for work in some of London’s most iconic locations. Notting Hill Housing will be working with property regeneration company U+I.

TfL’s Property Partnership Framework aims to generate £3.4bn in revenue by 2023, which will be reinvested in London’s transport network, and is the first phase of their development programme.

More than 50 sites are included in phase one , totalling 300 acres of land, almost 70 per cent of which is in zones one and two. TfL are still reviewing how many more sites can be developed, particularly in outer London.

Paul Pearce, New Business Director for Notting Hill Housing, said: “We are very pleased to be selected for this prestigious development framework and look forward to working with our partner, U+I, and TfL to deliver much-needed new homes across London.”

Francis Salway, Chairman of TfL's Commercial Development Advisory Group, said: “TfL has some of the best assets in London and over the coming years we will be working together with these developers to ensure that we are delivering for Londoners.”