Hammersmith & Fulham Planning & Conservation Areas

Conservation areas are sites of historical or architectural importance. Building and redevelopment can be a more complex process due to more planning regulations and constraints applying within such areas. However our highly trained staff have the expertise to address more challenging planning and design issues. We achieve the aims of our clients both on an aesthetic and functional level whilst adhering to regulations set out by the local planning authority.

Hammersmith & Fulham conservation areas:

Barclay Road, Lakeside/Sinclair/Blythe Road, Barons Court, Melrose, Bishops Park, Moore Park, Bradmore, Old Oak & Wormholt, Brook Green, Olympia & Avonmore, Central Fulham, Parsons Green, Cleverly Estate, Putney Bridge, Colehill Gardens, Queen’s Club Gardens, Coningham & Lime Grove, Ravenscourt & Starch Green, Crabtree, Sands End, Dorcas Estate, Sedlescombe Road, Fitzgeorge & Fitzjames, Shepherds Bush, Fulham Park Gardens, St Mary’s, Fulham Reach, St. Peter’s Square, Grand Union Canal, Studdridge Street, Gunter Estate, TheBillings & Brompton Cutting, Hammersmith Broadway, The Mall, Hammersmith Grove, Turneville/Chesson, Hammersmith Odeon, Walham Green, Hurlingham, Walham Grove, Imperial Square & Gasworks, Westcroft Square, Ingersoll & Arminger, Wood Lane, King Street East

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Planning in Hammersmith & Fulham

The population of Hammersmith and Fulham is currently around 182,500 and approximately 80,600 households exist, an increase of nearly 7 per cent in the last 10 years.

Main areas in Hammersmith and Fulham include: Addison, Askew, Avonmore and Brooke Green, College Park and Old Oak, Fulham Broadway, Fulham Reach, Hammersmith Broadway, Munster, North End, Palace Riverside, Parsons Green and Walham, Ravenscourt Park, Sands End, Shepherd’s Bush Green, Town and Wormholt and White City.

Hammersmith & Fulham Planning Applications & Appeals

On average 100 planning applications are submitted weekly in this Borough and somewhere in the region of 3 appeals are lodged each week where planning permission is refused by the local planning authority.

Hammersmith & Fulham News

Planning permission was finally granted for a new mixed use development in King Street in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. A planning application was initially submitted to the local planning authority for the 1.44 hectare project in 2008. In 2011 planning permission was granted then withdrawn again in December of that year.

The joint venture between developers Helical Bar and Grainger made “significant changes” to the planning application. Permission was finally granted in April 2014 and demolition began on the site in 2016. In its place cafes, restaurants, retail units and flats will border an attractive town square and clock tower.

A new 250 seat Curzon cinema is to be built on both ground and first floor levels of the remodelled Town Hall extension. Consisting of 3 auditoria, there will be space on the ground floor for cinema goers to buy tickets and refreshments prior to screenings. A total of 196 new build apartments are also in the pipeline with some allocated as shared ownership.

Whilst the total cost of the regeneration project is expected to be around £150m it is expected to create approximately 1000 new jobs. Savings in the region of £150 000 will also be made from reduced energy costs and through the council retaining the freehold.

Hammersmith & Fulham Contact Information

Hammersmith & Fulham – Local Planning Authority

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham
Town Hall
King Street
London W6 9JU

For more information, visit www.lbhf.gov.uk

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