A new community in the heart of Harrow, where iconic former Kodak factory is now part of regeneration programme and will provide over 2,000 new homes with Phase 1 completed successfully. O’Connor Sutton Cronin were appointed for the full MEP design along with infrastructural design with relevant statutory authority.
The site used to be the Kodak Factory located in Harrow and it was considered as one of the oldest and largest businesses within the area. The site opened in 1891 and was the first site in Europe for Kodak. This first phase is part of wider regeneration proposals to transform the Kodak Site in Harrow into a new residential neighbourhood with a new major public green space which will be the focus for the wider regeneration.Phase 1 will include 460 new homes, with 40% affordable housing, 40% parking for residents, and the delivery of the ‘green link’, a new park for local people to enjoy.
In addition to houses, phase 1 will also comprise of an Energy centre with the existing chimney being retained.The ‘green link’, which will be a new park for local people to enjoy.
Fellow Team Include : Pollard Thomas Edwards Barratt London OuterSpace Landscapes Ltd Hydrock
O’Connor Sutton Cronin’s Team Lead – Shane Toolan & Jeff Sims
Well Done to to everyone involved.