Willmott Dixon selected for Mill Hill development in London

By Catherine Sturman
Independent construction company Willmott Dixon is set to continue their developments within London, with Barnet Council approving proposals to build 18...

Independent construction company Willmott Dixon is set to continue their developments within London, with Barnet Council approving proposals to build 188 homes in Mill Hill.

The development, which will come under the title Prime Place, Millbrook Park will incorporate one and two bedroom apartments, in addition to three and four bedroom houses. Underground parking has been planned, in addition to a low carbon district heating system.

The site will also be invaluable for commuters, with Mill Hill East Underground Station within walking distance, with a short commute into central London.

Designed by Architects Broadway Malyan, the project will provide over 2,000 homes in total within North London, incorporating community areas, such as a new primary school, variety of shops, working offices and parkland.

Brian Brady, Managing Director for Prime Place said: "Millbrook Park is an ideal fit for Prime Place’s strategy of providing outstanding homes in popular locations and close to excellent transport links. We are delighted to achieve approval from Barnet Council and anticipate starting work on site very soon.”

Willmott Dixon are aiming to build homes for both sale and private rent through be:here, who “develop and operate homes specifically for the prvate rented sector.” The company is aiming to build 600 homes in Barkshire, alongside over 5,000 homes in London in the next three years.

Source: Construction Enquirer

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