Assael Architecture bags planning for Hammersmith site

Andrea Klettner

Assael Architecture's Queens Wharf in Hammersmith

Previous schemes by Conran & Partners and Scott Brownrigg were rejected

Assael Architecture has received planning consent for Queens Wharf in Hammersmith, west London.

The mixed-use residential scheme, adjacent to the grade II-listed Hammersmith Bridge,  replaces a series of derelict office buildings at the site.

When complete the development will have 87 housing units alongside commercial space on the ground floor.

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