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Fulham £250m riverside scheme gets green light

Londonewcastle and Royal London Asset Management have been given planning permission by LB Hammersmith & Fulham for the construction of a £250m riverside development in Fulham.

The scheme would be located between Hurlingham Park and the Harbour Club, and would see the construction of 242 residential units, 35,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space along Wandsworth Bridge Road and an improved riverside walk.

Londonewcastle chief executive David Barnett said: “This is a significant scheme and gives us the opportunity to create a new destination riverside address that will feature a spectacular elevated resident’s garden at its centre and improved public spaces and retail amenities along the revitalised riverside walk.”

Hopkins has been appointed as the architects for the development, having previously designed the Olympic Velodrome.

RLAM senior fund manager Drew Watkins said: “The Hurlingham Retail Park represents an excellent opportunity to deliver a first-class development in a prime London riverside location.

“We have appointed consultants who are best in class and we are very pleased with the quality of the design and how they have met the stringent requirements of the planning authority.

“We are very pleased to be working with Londonewcastle as our development partner. They have a strong track record of successfully delivering such schemes and they share our vision for the potential of the site.”

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