Phase 3a - Gloucester House and Durham Court

Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) for Gloucester House and Durham Court

Redevelopment of Gloucester House and Durham Court

The redevelopment site comprising of Gloucester House & Durham Court forms part of phase 3a of the South Kilburn regeneration programme. The redevelopment site is often referred to as the ‘Gloucester & Durham’ or ‘G&D’ redevelopment site,

The scheme has been designed by award winning architects Pollard Thomas Edwards and their multi-disciplinary design teams and underwent design consultation with existing residents living within South Kilburn.

As part of the design process, a scheme including 235 new high-quality homes, new enhanced public realm and enhanced landscaping and children’s play provision for residents has also been developed. All 235 units will be Brent Council homes. Basement parking has also been proposed as part of the scheme as well as a location for the proposed District Energy Network.   

As part of the South Kilburn Regeneration Decant Strategy existing secure tenants from 4-26 Stuart Road (even numbers only), Cullen House, Winterleys, Neville House, 113-128 Carlton House and 1-71 Blake Court are expected to be rehoused within the new development.

Telford Homes Plc started construction on site in September 2017 and the works are well underway. The new homes will be completed in phases from 2020. The above dates are indicative and subject to change as part of the redevelopment process.

The Council is committed to delivering an accessible and varied range of social value and employment initiative for local residents as part of each development. Telford Homes is also committed to working in partnership with Brent Works to make opportunities available to local people through apprenticeships, trainee programmes and work experience placements.

More information on the ‘G&D’ scheme, social value opportunities, employment and training opportunities can be found here: http://www.gloucesteranddurham.co.uk/

The development will deliver:

  • 235 new council homes
  • A concierge
  • Basement car parking with 90 car spaces with 24 being disabled parking and 20% having electric car charging points available, with provision for a further 20% in the future
  • An energy centre to provide heating and hot water to the development and future phases of the South Kilburn Regeneration
  • Extensive landscaped areas for public use as well as a secure courtyard and children’s play areas for the exclusive use of residents

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Below are images of what the completed development will look like.

Gloucester House and Durham Court image 1

Gloucester House and Durham Court image 3

The images below provides an update on the progress of works and the transformation of the site.

We will continue to update the images as the development progresses.

Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) for Gloucester House and Durham Court