Hammersmith town centre’s final regeneration proposals have been unveiled to the public by King Street Developments.
The developers proposals to regenerate the west end of King Street include a new public square at Hammersmith Town Hall, a supermarket, a footbridge across the A4, 320 homes, shops and restaurants.
The proposals are on display to the public before the planning application is submitted later this summer to the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.
David Walters, on behalf of King Street Developments, the council’s development partner, said: “The regeneration of the west end of King Street will not only provide new shops, restaurants, homes, and essential new council facilities for local residents, but will deliver a series of the new public spaces and ensure that the Town Hall remains at the heart of Hammersmith and Fulham’s civic life.
“The new public square, which will lead up to the new footbridge across the A4, will provide a safe, fully accessible route across the road; reuniting the town centre with the Thames once more.”