Regeneration: transforming our borough

Regeneration: transforming our borough

Hammersmith and Fulham is a borough of contrasts. The borough has the fourth highest house prices of any local authority in the United Kingdom and is blessed with a fantastic built heritage, with 45 conservation areas covering almost half the borough. Conversely, 27% of the boroughs residents live within neighbourhoods categorised as being the 20% most deprived nationally.

The council’s Core Strategy sets the spatial vision for development in the borough over the next 20 years. Key to this vision is regenerating the most deprived parts of the borough.

» Hammersmith & Fulham's Core Strategy (pdf)

The council has identified five key regeneration areas

 1, Old Oak »

 2, White City Opportunity Area»

 3, Hammersmith Town Centre and Riverside»

 4, Earls court and West Kensington»

 5, South Fulham Riverside Regeneration Area»

These regeneration areas can together deliver substantial economic growth in the borough over the next few decades. The council is keen to attract significant new investment from developers in these areas so that we can build new and better homes, create jobs, break down the barriers caused by big housing estates and create mixed and balanced communities. 

Borough regeneration guide

The council has produced a Borough Regeneration Guide, which provides more detail on the current regeneration projects in Hammersmith and Fulham.

Download the borough regeneration guide (pdf 3.7MB)»

 

Contact information

To contact the planning regeneration team please:
Phone: 0208 753 3317
Email: thomas.cardis@lbhf.gov.uk

Thomas Cardis,
Planning Policy Regeneration,
5th Floor,
Hammersmith Town Hall Extension,
King Street,
London,
W6 9JU.