hgh personnel led on planning for the Emirates Stadium and the associated regeneration area, securing permission for 3,500 homes and winning the Mayor of London’s awards for Planning and Excellenceand Best Project Five Years On. The architects included Populous, CZWG, Allies & Morrison & Hawkins Brown.
hgh team members secured planning permission to restore and extend this historic mansion and gardens standing in a commanding position in Metropolitan Open Land on the edge of Hampstead Heath. In doing so they brought a highly contentious planning process — which involved two major public inquiries - to a successful conclusion. The architect and interior designer is SHH.
Having secured permission for the development of Centre Heights with a mixed-use scheme of residential and ground floor space, hgh are now instructed to promote additional development for hotel accommodation alongside architect Farrells.
hgh experts have been instrumental in securing consents for major wind and solar capacity at a former USAF air base the straddles the boundary between two counties. The combined facilities make this a substantial contributor to the National Grid.
hgh is instructed to secure Certificates of Appropriate Alternative Development to be used in determining the compensation value of land to be compulsorily acquired as part of the HS2 redevelopment of Euston Station, and to give expert evidence at a First Tier Tribunal hearing.
hgh personnel coordinated the Planning and EIA submissions for the main Olympic Stadium, International Broadcast and Main Press Centre along with many other London 2012 venues. Architects on this prestigious and demanding project included Populous and Allies Morrison.
hgh are providing planning consultancy services in connection with the proposed redevelopment of a Strategic Industrial Land site with a mixed-use scheme providing 153 homes and 1,200 sqm of flexible workspace in buildings ranging from 9 to 18 storeys alongside HKR Architects.
hgh personnel secured planning permission for the redevelopment of the former Red Lion public house in Ealing to provide a mix of ground floor commercial and retail uses with residential apartments above.
hgh is leading on the redevelopment of a petrol filling station with a mixed-use commercial and residential scheme. Architect MRP’s brief includes the provision of an office building with ground floor communal and co-working space.
As planning adviser for the redevelopment of the Oaklands House site at Old Oak Common, hgh worked with the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) from pre-application, through EIA, to determination.
Working alongside the Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), the Greater London Authority (GLA) and Brent, Ealing and Hammersmith & Fulham councils, hgh led the promotion of Sir Terry Farrell’s stadium-based masterplan.
Briefed to conduct a site search for QPR’s first team training academy, hgh identified Warren Farm (which is Metropolitan Open Land (MOL)) and initiated discussions with the London Borough of of Ealing.