The second stage of the £500m redevelopment of the BBC’s Television Centre, White City London has been started by Japan’s Mitsui Fudosan and the UK’s Stanhope.
All planned for completion in 2026, Phase 2 of the project will comprise of a total of 511 homes over four separate plots. These are designed by Stirling prize-winning architectural practices with the masterplan being lead by architects AHMM, including a crescent shaped block of 180 apartments and a 25 storey tall building of 167 apartments.
Phase 2 plans to complete the masterplan and open up the site to local residents, visitors and workers with a second entrance on Wood Lane and pedestrian connections through to Hammersmith Park via interlinking urban streets.
Over half a million sq ft of office space and more than 430 homes were included in Phase 1 of the project.
142 new affordable homes for Peabody in two new buildings to be called Macfarlane Place have also been started with delivery planned for early 2024. The new buildings have been designed by Maccreanor Lavington Architects and will replace the former BBC multi-story car park in Wood Lane, W12.