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Brent Terrace Homes (Plots 53/54)

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Plots 53 and 54 will be the site of 47 new homes, between Brent Terrace and Clitterhouse Crescent in NW2. 30 homes are being built on Plot 53 and a further 17 homes on Plot 54.

A range of two, three, and four-bedroom homes will be built. 31 will be for secure tenants of Whitefield Estate and 16 will be home to resident leaseholders who wish to enter shared equity ownership with our partners L&Q. We also have a dedicated page for Whitefield Estate residents here.

The height of the buildings will be ground floor plus two storeys. There will be 47 parking bays, which is one new space for each of the homes. There will also be a doorstep play area for everyone to use.

Planning permission for the new homes was granted in 2014.

For information on how we are managing parking on Brent Terrace, please click here.

Plots 53 and 54 web Plot-53-54-overview 20231115_103329 Plot-53-54-street Plot 54 Plot-53-54-homes

Work schedule

Works commenced: 21 June 2020

Contractors: L&Q and Bugler

Working hours: The permitted hours for works are Monday to Friday 8am-6pm, and Saturdays until 1pm.

Current works update:

  • We are pleased to inform you that works on the new homes, Plots 53 and 54 are complete and final checks are being done by L&Q.
  • L&Q have employed a number of experts to review the energy centre and are working to ensure that the homes are ready for living.
  • Site welfare has now been removed and landscaping works have been completed.

Resident Moves: 

  • Residents from the Whitefield Estate are expected to start moving in as soon as the homes are ready and will be contacted once dates are confirmed.
  • L&Q has been working on a schedule to arrange up to three moves a day. Any moving vans will be instructed to park off Brent Terrace, so they will not block the streets.
  • We aim to make the move-ins as easy as possible for everyone, with minimised disruption to Brent Terrace residents.

Please see our last construction update here