Plans in for final phase of £1bn Chelsea Barracks scheme


Developer Qatari Diar has submitted plans for the final phase of its £1bn Chelsea Barracks residential scheme in West London.

Mace is nearing completion of phases 1-3 of the Chelsea Barracks scheme, as plans have been submitted for the final Phase 6B element of the scheme, which will be a hub for the local community.

This hub area will include 126 extra-care and affordable housing units, a two-storey public sports centre, four shops and an NHS medical centre.

Work on phase 4 of the Ebury Bridge Road luxury residential project stalled back in March this year not long after specialist contractor Keltbray had started enabling works and main contractor Multiplex was due to start.

This £200m part of the project is now being rebid with Balfour Beatty, Bouygues, Lendlease, Mace, Multiplex and Skanska all understood to have taken a look at the next phase.

A spokesperson for Chelsea Barracks, said: “We are thrilled that we have been able to finalise the last chapter of Chelsea Barracks, by revisiting the masterplan to finesse the offering within Phase 6B.

 “We identified that there was an opportunity to make a significant contribution to the community, and have over delivered on the number of homes, size requirement of the gym and the facilities and are looking to create a comprehensive retail offering to cater for the community.

 “Phase 6B will be for the benefit of both future and existing residents of this thriving neighbourhood.”

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