Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration June 2022

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Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration Site Boundary

Introduction Welcome to our update on the regeneration of Harold Hill Town Centre, including the Farnham & Hilldene Estate, Chippenham Road, and the Abercrombie House The town centre is a key place for Harold Hill’s residents and businesses. The area needs investment to help continue to be a beacon for the neighbourhood and the whole community to continue to enjoy. Our last event presented proposals for the Family Welcome Centre, which will replace the Abercrombie House, former library, and boxing club with a new Family Welcome Centre and Health Centre. We also provided an update on proposals for the Town Centre and Chippenham Road. For this event, we are presenting more detailed design proposals for the Welcome Centre.

Your feedback We welcome your feedback on the material presented at this event. If you could complete a feedback form, it would be greatly appreciated.

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Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration The Town Centre Vision Our vision is to create a lively, sustainable town centre to support shops, businesses, and the community. The new town centre will be a safe and accessible pedestrian environment, with places to sit, more trees, sufficient visitor parking, and a range of different restaurants, bars, and shops.

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Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration How and when? The Family Welcome Centre and Health Centre will be the first project delivered as part of the regeneration of Harold Hill Town Centre. A planning application has now been submitted, with construction works set to begin by summer next year. The opening of the centre is planned for 2024/ 25. For the Chippenham Road and Farnham and Hilldene sites, a key aim is to keep disruption to residents and business to a minimum and ensure that Harold Hill remains a thriving part of the local community throughout these changes. To allow businesses to continue to operate, the redevelopment will be phased. This means only emptying one section of the town centre at a time, demolishing it, and then building new homes and business units. We will then work with tenants in the next demolition phase to move them into the new buildings or alternative locations, before starting to demolish that phase.

Phases 1 & 2

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Overall, we expect the full redevelopment to take around nine years from when we start in 2025. Full details of the phasing for the regeneration are outlined in the table below: Site Family Welcome Centre and Medical Centre Chippenham Road

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Q1 2033

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Q1 2035

Please note that all dates are indicative and subject to change.

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Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration Family Welcome Centre & Health Centre: Vision Planning application submitted These proposals aim to provide much needed A planning application was submitted for services to support families in the Family Welcome Centre and Health need and the local community. Centre at the end of March. It will include vital accomodation for vulnerable families and children, and a new health centre for the wider community.

The drawings and sketches presented here are part of the submitted planning application.

It will be delivered on the site of the current Abercrombie House, former library, and boxing gym at the junction of Bridgwater Road and Hilldene Close.

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Proposed site

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Copyright Hawkins\Brown Architects No implied licence exists. This drawing should not be used to calculate areas for the purposes of valuation. Do not scale this drawing. All dimensions to be checked on the site by the contractor and such dimensions to be their responsibility. All work must comply with relevant British Standards and Building Regulations requirements. Drawing errors and omissions to be reported to the architect. To be read in conjunction with Architect's specification and other consultant information. Rev P01 P02 P03 P04 P05 P06 P07 P08 P09 P10 P11

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Area 278 m² 151 m² 177 m² 189 m² 75 m² 12 m² 883 m²

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Copyright Hawkins\Brown Architects No implied licence exists. This drawing should not be used to calculate areas for the purposes of valuation. Do not scale this drawing. All dimensions to be checked on the site by the contractor and such dimensions to be their responsibility. All work must comply with relevant British Standards and Building Regulations requirements. Drawing errors and omissions to be reported to the architect. To be read in conjunction with Architect's specification and other consultant information.

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Description For Information For Information For Information to BC For Information to BC Stage 2 Issue For Information Stage 3 Pre_Planning For Information For Information Stage 3 Design Freeze Stage 3 Issue

Date 20.04.21 14.05.21 13.08.21 03.09.21 01.10.21 18.10.21 23.11.21 13.12.21 17.12.21 14.01.22 28.01.22

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Area 47 m² 693 m² 740 m²

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Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration Family Welcome Centre & Health Centre: Look and feel

Artist’s impression of Welcome Centre entrance

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Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration 5 Design Proposals 5.4 Landscape Design 5.4.4 Landscape Proposals

Family Welcome Centre & Health Centre: Communal Courtyard Courtyard View

Sketch of the courtyard garden

Artist’s impression of the courtyard garden

Sketch of the courtyard garden March 2022


Harold Hill Town Centre Regeneration Planning for the future With the recent COP26 event increasing the awareness and debate around Climate Change, we have decided to look at how our design proposals can make more of an impact. The regeneration of the Town Centre offers the opportunity to future proof the area, integrating some of the latest design ideas and technologies to make the area cleaner, greener and safer. Some of the ideas we are exploring include: • • • • • • • • •

All parking spaces future proofed as electric charging points for vehicles Car club parking spaces Extensive secure cycle parking to encourage sustainable forms of transport New planting and landscaping to help improve air quality and biodiversity Energy efficient heating and cooling to all new buildings Flood management with integrated landscape features Solar panels and renewable energy Air source heat pumps that don’t require the use of fosil fuels More recycling points

SUDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems) with opportunities for play

Opportunities for flexible working

What do you think should be the sustainability priorities be for your new Town Centre?

Increase in biodiversity

Electric vehicle charging points March 2022