PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT NEWS:- The redevelopment of the HURLINGHAM RETAIL PARK is being planned. The target is to provide retail, residential units and office with associated landscaping, parking and works. The address of the redevelopment site is Hurlingham Retail Park, 1-3 Carnwath Road, Fulham, and London, SW6 4SS. The tender has been approved and the estimated value of the site is currently £60M.  It is being governed by the council of Hammersmith and the project is due to start by the second quarter of 2020.

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It will be taking an approximate 40 months of time, and therefore is likely to finish by the third quarter of 2023. The total floor area is 3015 sq. Metre with 1.4 Ha being the site area. There will be 234 units that are going to be built, and the building will consist of 12 storeys. Additionally, 235 parking spaces will also be allotted. HZA has taken care of the funding completely regarding this redevelopment.

The Royal London Asset Management Limited and Co-op Homes Limited are the main clients. Mr. Drew Watkins, Fund Manager is the main contact. The associated developer is London & Newcastle Plc with Ms. Baerbel Schuett, Development Director being the main contact. The Architect is Hopkins Architects, with contacts Mr. Andrew Barnett, Architect, Ms. Alexandra McCartney, Architect and Ms. Sophy Twohig, Architect. DP9 Limited is the planner, with Tom Stuart-Smith Limited being the landscape architect.

The civil engineer is WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff (Head Office) with contacts Mr. Andrew Marshall, Civil Engineer, and Mr. Enrico Isnenghi, the Technical Manager. The sustainability consultant is Waterman Building Services Limited with Ms. Jessica Lewis, Principle Consultant as the main contact. Londonewcastle is the project manager, with Jones Lang Lasalle as the employers’ agent, Mr. Mark Curtis being the main contact there. Bouygues UK Limited is the selected preferred bidder. With the help and support of HZA, the HURLINGHAM RETAIL PARK DEVELOPMENT is surely going to be completed in the best possible way.

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