Stonebridge Hillside Hub

Stonebridge Hillside Hub

The Stonebridge Hillside Hub is a key scheme in the continuing regeneration of the Stonebridge Estate in West London.

Stonebridge by Edward Cullinan

The Stonebridge Hillside Hub is a key scheme in the continuing regeneration of the Stonebridge Estate in West London. It is a major resource for the 4,000-strong culturally diverse local community; it aims to bring people together, improve local health, enable educational, leisure and community initiatives, encourage investment in the local housing market, provide much-needed retail space and give a new focus to a previously deprived part of the borough.

The mixed-use building provides a health centre, a community centre, a convenience store, a café, an open-market and shared-ownership apartments, private car parking, a garden and a public piazza. Extensive consultation with the users and the local community was a hallmark of this scheme’s development.

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