Regeneration: transforming our borough
Hammersmith & Fulham is a borough of contrasts. We have the fourth highest house prices of any local authority in the UK and are blessed with a fantastic built heritage, with 44 conservation areas covering almost half the borough. Conversely, 27 per cent of our residents live in neighbourhoods categorised as the 20 per cent most deprived nationally.
Our Local Plan sets the spatial vision for development in the borough up to 2035. Key to this vision is regenerating the most deprived parts of the borough.
In the borough, we have 4 key regeneration areas and the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation Area:
- Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation area
- White City regeneration area
- Hammersmith town centre regeneration area
- Fulham regeneration area (including Earls Court and West Kensington opportunity area)
- South Fulham Riverside regeneration area.
These regeneration areas can together deliver substantial economic growth in the borough over the next few decades. We are keen to attract significant new investment from developers in these areas so that we can build new and better homes, create jobs and create mixed and balanced communities.
The Nourish project
Nourish is a multi-pronged scheme to help residents be more resilient to food poverty and environmental deprivation. It promotes community cohesion, greener living and the improvement of shared open spaces. Find out more about the Nourish project.
Proposals have been announced for a radical plan to transform central Hammersmith. Find out more about Hammersmith Flyunder.
To contact the planning regeneration team:
Planning and Regeneration Team Leader
Hammersmith Town Hall
London W6 9JU
020 8753 3474