Portobello Square Phase II
Catalyst
Architecture
 
We are working with Catalyst Housing Limited to bring more than 300 high quality new homes to the vibrant Portobello district of London. Phase II of the Wornington Green regeneration project is going through the planning stages following extensive consultation with local residents in this part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

The planned homes will be a mixture of private and affordable apartments designed to bring much-needed new housing to this area of West London. It is part of the community-focused £200 million regeneration masterplan designed to improve and retain all that is great about the vibrant neighbourhood while enhancing the local area with contemporary design.
 
The restoration of old street patterns is an integral element, reintroducing the link to the historic Portobello Road that allows the development to fit seamlessly within what is already a bustling and lively urban area. There will also be a new park, providing a space for leisure and relaxation, as well as facilities for young children.

Working in this area of London represents a return to our roots. Early projects for the studio involved the sensitive restoration of landmark buildings including Bluebird on the King’s Road and Michelin House in Brompton Cross.
We are working with Catalyst Housing Limited to bring more than 300 high quality new homes to the vibrant Portobello district of London. Phase II of the Wornington Green regeneration project is going through the planning stages following extensive consultation with local residents in this part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

The planned homes will be a mixture of private and affordable apartments designed to bring much-needed new housing to this area of West London. It is part of the community-focused £200 million regeneration masterplan designed to improve and retain all that is great about the vibrant neighbourhood while enhancing the local area with contemporary design.
 
The restoration of old street patterns is an integral element, reintroducing the link to the historic Portobello Road that allows the development to fit seamlessly within what is already a bustling and lively urban area. There will also be a new park, providing a space for leisure and relaxation, as well as facilities for young children.

Working in this area of London represents a return to our roots. Early projects for the studio involved the sensitive restoration of landmark buildings including Bluebird on the King’s Road and Michelin House in Brompton Cross.
 
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We are looking to create an ambiance that mirrors the rhythm of the Portobello Road while giving an individuality and distinctness to Wornington Green.
 
 
 
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