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News » Over £20m » Go-ahead for Willmott Dixon's Mill Hill flats » published 9 Aug 2016

Go-ahead for Willmott Dixon's Mill Hill flats

Willmott Dixon’s house-building division has been cleared to start construction of a 188-home development in north London

Prime Place at Millbrook Park Above: Prime Place at Millbrook Park

The company secured approval from Barnet Council on a reserved matters application for its Prime Plac development at Millbrook Park.

Millbrook Park is a new community that is under development on the site of the old Inglis Barracks, close to Mill Hill East tube station. It is being developed by the London Borough of Barnet, VSM (Vinci St Modwen) Estates and Annington Property. In total, it is expected to provide 2,174 homes in a landscaped park, with shops, offices and a new primary school.

Willmott Dixon's Prime Place business has been cleared to build 159 homes for private sale, together with 29 homes for affordable rent. Designed by architect Broadway Malyan, Prime Place Millbrook Park will be mostly flats, with a few three- and four-bedroom town houses.

Prime Place is the brand that Willmott Dixon now uses for developing homes for sale. Willmott Partnership Homes builds for other developers, including housing associations. It also has a brand called Be:here that it uses for private rented homes. The three brands come under the Willmott Residential division, created in a reorganisation earlier this year.

 

 

 

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This article was published on 9 Aug 2016 (last updated on 9 Aug 2016).

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