Nov 15, 2023

Future of Earls Court Revealed in Updated Masterplan

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Lewisham Shopping Centre - plans revealed at public consultation
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The Earls Court Development Company (ECDC) has set out an updated masterplan for the ambitious redevelopment of Earls Court, responding to consultation.

The proposals have been updated in line with feedback received via the engagement process since the initial launch of the masterplan earlier this year in February and build on the vision to ‘bring the wonder back to Earls Court’.

Whilst delivering 4,000 new homes (targeting 35% affordable across all tenures) and 300,000 sq ft of space for retail, dining, leisure and culture, the revised proposals reveal a 20% increase in open space and a 10% reduction in the amount of development compared to the plans shown in February.

Sustainability underpins the masterplan with a zero carbon energy network and a zero operational carbon target as the basis of the development. Our design approach is nature led, transforming an ecologically sparse site into a thriving biodiverse ecosystem with over 1,000 trees. 60% of the site will be unbuilt, plans include a generous network of Exhibition Gardens and open spaces, including The Table (an urban park), a community green, cascading water features and new public squares.

The updated framework is co-authored by a 50/50 collaboration of Studio Egret West and Hawkins Brown with additional landscape input from SLA and phase one plot design input from ACME, Haworth Tompkins, Macreanor Lavington, Sheppard Robson, DRMM and Serie Architects.

Please visit the consultation exhibition
Open from 15 November at:
Conversation Corner,
Lillie Road (nearest station West Brompton)

Header The Table (an urban park)


Future of Earls Court Revealed in Updated Masterplan