Section: Housing Provision

Search launched for North Middlesex University Hospital development partner

Posted 04.12.20
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The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has started the search for a development partner to deliver more than 220 homes on land owned by the Greater London Authority at North Middlesex University Hospital in Enfield.

50% of the 220 proposed homes will be genuinely affordable, split between London Affordable Rent/Social Rent, Shared Ownership and London Living Rent.

At least 10 of the London Living Rent homes will be available to provide new homes for key workers at the hospital for a minimum of 10 years.

An objective of the scheme will be to demonstrate how modern methods of construction can be used to deliver high quality, net zero-carbon homes on NHS sites.

Working alongside the NHS Trust, the new homes will prioritise the health and well-being of the residents, addressing the evidence that links poor quality housing conditions with poor health.

The development is the latest part of ongoing work to make use of London's surplus NHS land for housing, including the soon to be announced procurement of a development partner for the St Ann's hospital site in Haringey.


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