Walsh supports Ballymore & Sainsbury’s on hybrid planning application for £1.3 billion regeneration

We are pleased to be part of the team that will be bringing the Ladbroke Grove site back to life after it has been closed to the public for 40 years.

Ballymore & Sainsbury’s joint venture planning application for Ladbroke Grove has been submitted by FaulknerBrowns with Maccreanor Lavington and Hutchinson & Partners. This 7.7ha site is one of the largest remaining brownfield sites in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Walsh has been involved in this exciting project, delivering structural, civil and geotechnical services to support the hybrid planning application on this major regeneration scheme. Ladbroke Grove will become the largest new development within the borough, featuring 2,500 new homes, offices, a new wharf, high-street, parks and superstore and is expected to take 11 years to complete.

We have advised on contamination issues associated with the site being a previous major gasworks. Our scope also included the drainage impact assessment, water management strategy and basement impact assessment as well as the structural and civil advice and guidance through the scheme development. We advised on the phasing of the development including construction of the site-wide infrastructure for construction and final conditions and the interaction between new and existing Sainsbury’s stores.

We’re very excited to see this project move forward and are thrilled to be working with Ballymore and Sainsbury’s on this.  

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