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New homes and sports facility at no cost to tax payers



HIGHLIGHTS

  • New leisure centre for Westminster City Council
  • Cross funded by homes
  • Made possible by development know-how
  • Leisure facilities procured via Scape

Ecoworld London developed over 100 homes on two sites owned by Westminster City Council; renewing the Moberly and Jubilee leisure centres in the process.

This provided residents with new leisure facilities at no cost to the tax payer as they are funded by the homes at both sites.

In the case of Jubilee, the development called Prime Place Maida Hill will see 28 new homes that comprise five affordable rent and seven shared ownership for Genisis Housing Association, with 16 private sale units.

New future for Jubilee

The popular but tired Jubilee leisure centre is being renewed as part of the project, with our team creating a community sports facility on the existing site of Jubilee Sports Centre. However, the current Jubilee Sports Centre will stay open while the nearby sports centre is built at the Moberly site.

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Moberly homes (above)

Both will have high quality leisure facilities bigger than the existing Moberly and Jubilee combined thanks to the £28 million investment by our residential development specialists. They will provide a 37% increased sports provision for the area and much needed modern facilities.

Homes in demand - Prime Place, Maida Hill

Set around a private courtyard garden, and with stunning interior design, the one and two-bedroom apartments at Maida Hill are surrounded by the villages of Queen’s Park, Maida Vale, Westbourne Park and Kensal Rise.

They will give residents access to an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and bars on Chamberlayne Road and Little Venice. Transport connections to the rest of the capital are from two stations each less than ten minutes’ walk away.

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