We are delighted to report that Reigate and Banstead Borough Council have unanimously granted planning consent for our proposed mixed-use redevelopment at Station Road, Horley.
The proposed redevelopment consists of 10 new homes and 36,000sqft of employment generating uses, including a mix of light industrial space, offices, and retail.
The scheme will make more efficient use of the currently vacant Mitchells of Horley site. The redevelopment also seeks to protect and enhance the adjacent former brewery building and bring it back to life.

Energy use and building performance have been a key factor within the proposal, which is based on a ‘fabric first’ approach. Passive design measures involve maximising the insulation and air tightness that make up the building fabric. Further considerations to reduce the total carbon emission of the building include, space and water heating, provided by highly efficient air source heat pumps.

Our Beresford Avenue, Alperton site, is gathering attention from the industry press, with announcements by Property Week, Building Products and UK Property Forums.

Playing a key role in the wider regeneration of the iconic Wembley area of London, our proposal includes both the demolition and redevelopment of an existing warehouse to transform the site into 100 one, two and three-bedroom residential units set across seven floors, 50% of which will be affordable. This major development will also include 12,000 sq ft of commercial units offering a mixture of flexible modern workspaces.

The scheme is in the heart of the Alperton Growth Area, reflects the London Borough of Brent’s goal of mixed-use regeneration along the Grand Union Canal, and is part of meeting the borough’s ambitious housing targets by 2026.

Planning permission granted for Beresford Road development in Alperton
Beresford Avenue, Alperton

Designed by HWO Architects in partnership with Evolution Estate Developments, plans include thoughtfully designed landscaped gardens with additional cycle parking facilities to accommodate the growing demand for sustainable commuting options. In accordance with the Alperton Masterplan, plans also include improved pedestrian routes to the Grand Union Canal with continuous access to the towpath.

As we seek to provide innovative solutions that benefit the neighbourhood, this scheme will embrace the concept of ‘maker spaces’, allowing the local community to thrive and work in the area.

With planning permission now granted, work on-site is due to start in the summer of 2021 with completion expected in 2023.