115 flats scheme for Oakleigh Road North

Property developers Taylor Wimpey have announced  proposals for the redevelopment of former MoD land  in Oakleigh Road North , which  relates to the  eight former “Officers’ houses” facing the United Reformed church. They have sent letters to many local residents, but we believe the proposals merit wider publicity, so we have emailed our members and publishing this post on this site.

The proposals include:
115 new purpose-built  “high-quality”  flats.
A range of housing sizes to meet a range of local needs and provide greater choice.
New  shared ownership opportunities and affordable rented homes, with a London Plan compliant level of affordable homes.
Improved   pedestrian connectivity for residents of Sweets Way through Oakleigh Road North to Totteridge and Whetstone station.
95 car parking spaces, 191 cycle spaces and electric vehicle charging points

Taylor Wimpey are hosting a “public event” on Wednesday 27th  February  from 3pm to 8pm.at  the Friary Hall, Christ Church, Oakleigh Park North, Whetstone N20 9AR.  The public event is intended to give local residents and stakeholders the opportunity to view and comment on the proposals before a detailed planning application is submitted to Barnet Council.
There will be a series of information boards available and members of the development team will be on hand to answer questions.

For more information email debbie.thorpe@marengocomms.com or call the team on 0800 689 5209 or visit their website www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/proposed-developments/england/london/whetstone/land-at-oakleigh-road-north-whetstone

The website states that it is planned to submit a planning application to Barnet Council in March.