Fruition Properties gets green light for two new schemes

7th November 2023

Residential development in harrow

Hot on the heels of our recent planning success in Edgware, we are delighted to have also received planning permission to redevelop a site in Sudbury Hill, Harrow.

Fruition Properties has secured planning permission (subject to legals) for a new £20m plus GDV residential development in Sudbury Hill, Harrow, as part of a collaborative Joint Venture with the existing landowner.

Replacing a former restaurant, the scheme designed by Barr Gazetas Architects will bring much-needed new housing to the area, offering 42 residential apartments with private terraces, communal gardens and off-street parking. The design has been thoughtfully created to blend into the Sudbury Hill Conservation Area with a focus on sustainability and indoor air quality.

Mani Khiroya, CEO of Fruition Properties, comments: “This result is ultimately built on collaboration. Working in close partnership with the current landowner as part of a Joint Venture, we have utilised our detailed local knowledge and extensive planning expertise to unlock the site’s potential, creating value for all stakeholders involved.

“This project reflects our approach to exploring different development approaches, away from the traditional land sales agreement.”

Tom Lacey, Director at Barr Gazetas adds: “Our designs have been driven by the aspiration to deliver the best quality, Net Zero Carbon homes and doing justice to the fantastic site. Our design concept draws on the vernacular architecture of the area with cues taken from the distinctive character of homes within the adjacent conservation areas through the use of brick tones and detailing and roofscape. We look forward to working with the team to bring the designs to life.”

Construction is expected to commence in 2024, with completion anticipated for summer 2025.

Nearby in Edgware, the developer has also secured permission for four new houses designed by Bubble Architects. Offering generous gardens and parking, the five bedroom homes will be ideal for local families, with completion expected late 2024/early 2025.

Fruition Properties is also currently developing the UK’s first residential-on-industrial airspace scheme in Bermondsey, London, representing a highly complex technical challenge which will unlock much needed inner city housing while preserving vital local workspace.

Parul Scampion, COO of Fruition Properties, adds: “From partnerships to innovative airspace development, we are committed to finding sustainable ways to unlock new housing in the face of an ever worsening housing crisis.”