Grahame Park that located in London, United Kingdom, was designed by Jestico Whiles. The second phase of the regeneration is on a key gateway site near Colindale tube station and will deliver 446 new homes, a library, community centre, housing office, cafe and supermarket. A new public square at the southernmost tip of Grahame Park will create an open and inviting gateway to the development.
The team’s scheme consists of six new buildings plus several infills to retained parts of the estate. Buildings to the north, east and west of the square will have community and retail uses at ground and first floor levels with one, two and three bedroom homes above. The southern side of the square will be defined by landscaping. The buildings to the north of the square will contain homes both for sale and for rent, and are stepped back in a gentle curve to define a new park. The north-south spine road links the square and park with new east-west routes replacing existing cul-de-sacs to connect this phase to the wider estate.