Osborne Appointed to Deliver 64 New Affordable Homes in Westminster

Osborne have been selected to deliver three new developments at Adpar Street, W2, Queens Park Court, W10 and Torridon House, NW6 in partnership with Westminster City Council.  Together, these schemes will deliver 64 new social and affordable homes for Westminster residents.

The projects will deliver a mix of modern community supportive homes for older residents and general needs social and intermediate accommodation, including the provision of much-needed family-sized homes.

These projects will contribute to the council’s ambitious programme to deliver at least 1,850 new affordable homes across the city by 2023.

Gordon Kew, Managing Director, Built Environment at Osborne, said:

“This is our third contract with Westminster City Council, and I am pleased to continue our collaborative working relationship together.  This is a wonderful opportunity to build further on the successful outcomes jointly achieved on our previous projects. 

We are excited to not only support Westminster in their delivery of much needed affordable housing in the city, but to invest in this community through the delivery of our Social Value commitments.”

Councillor Melvyn Caplan, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance, Property and Regeneration at Westminster City Council, said:

“These projects are part of our Infills Programme, where we use under-utilised space on our estates to deliver much-needed homes, and an essential part of our work to transform Westminster into a City for All. These three sites will deliver over 60 high-quality, modern homes, making a real contribution to the lives of our residents and helping us to address the housing shortage in our city.

“I look forward to Osborne starting on site next year to deliver these essential homes for our residents.”

Torridon House
Queens Park Court