Housebuilder and housing association sign deal to build latest phase of scheme in west London

Developer Hill Group and housing association giant Notting Hill have signed a partnership deal to build a 780-home development in west London

The pair’s Lampton Parkside scheme in Hounslow will consist of 563 homes for private sale and 217 affordable units. The development will be designed by architects Allies and Morrison.


The proposed Lampton Parkside scheme

The development is the second phase of Notting Hill Genesis’s Lampton Road project, which has already delivered 178 new affordable homes plus a new civic centre.

The scheme includes studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments as well as three-bedroom duplexes and houses. Every home has private outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace and residents benefit from a private concierge.

John Hughes, group director of housing at Notting Hill Genesis, said: “Our first phase has already proven very popular, and we’re excited to add more than 200 affordable homes in this second phase, as well as others for private sale.”

Hill Group is planning to double its annual turnover to £1.2bn by 2025. Founder Andy Hill told Housing Today in June that the developer is looking to invest in a bespoke modular factory as part of its growth plans.

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Earlier this week Notting Hill Genesis’s accounts for 2020/21 bucked the trend as the association posted a large increase in its surplus despite the impact of the pandemic.