Client: City of Westminster – CDM Advisor to astudio
Services: CDM Advisor
An ongoing project, Ebury Bridge Estate is currently the largest and most significant regeneration project in Westminster. The project is set to deliver up to 750 energy-efficient homes, of which 50% will be affordable. In addition, community spaces, a nursery and retail spaces will be created.
Part of Westminster Councils plan to reach zero carbon by 2040, the new development will set new standards in how large-scale central London estate regeneration is undertaken, from engaging with residents to reaching new targets for sustainability the project sets a national example. The project team are collectively working towards meeting sustainable development accreditations for the BREEAM communities excellent standard as well as the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Phase 1 of the Ebury Bridge Estate will deliver homes, in the majority, for returning residents through several tenure opportunities. The scheme will realise the delivery of two of the 9 masterplan building plots including new public realm garden square and podium amenity. The first phase of homes will be completed by 2023.
Playle & Partners LLP have been appointed as CDM Advisor to lead designers astudio under Westminster City Council. Rob Bradley, chief executive of appointed main contractor Bouygues UK, said; “This scheme will transform the Ebury Bridge Estate for the people who live and work there and we are very proud to be delivering this sustainable development that will have such a positive long-term impact on the wider community.” Playle & Partners have worked with Bouygues on the delivery of the Addlestone One Regeneration project.
“We want the Ebury Bridge renewal scheme to create a new high standard in estate regeneration and we’re looking forward to making this vision a reality.”
Councillor Melvyn Caplan, deputy leader and cabinet member for finance, property and regeneration for Westminster City Council