The O2 Centre masterplan.

We are delighted that Camden Council’s Planning Committee has voted to approve our proposals for the O2 Centre Masterplan. We have worked incredibly hard over the past four years with local people and the council in order to achieve this and are proud of the Masterplan that we can now begin to deliver.

Our ambition is to create something better than before. The Masterplan takes a car dominated shopping centre at risk of decline and delivers 1,800 new and affordable homes, shops, a supermarket,  health centre, community centre and nursery – all surrounded by two new green public parks, a town square and new pedestrian and cycle routes connecting West Hampstead and Finchley Road.

We want to thank everyone who has taken the time to engage with us and helped to shape our plans as they have evolved. If you have any questions or would like to speak to a member of the team, please to get in touch via our contact us page.

The O2 Centre Masterplan is all about creating something better than before.

By transforming the O2 Centre, car park and surrounding land, we can deliver new homes and shops, two public parks, a health centre, community centre, nursery and affordable workspaces, all centred around a new town square.

We are committed to improving transport links and re-providing precious services such as the supermarket, cinema, and gym. We want to create a new and inclusive place that works for the whole community.

1,800 new homes
marketed to local people first, working to solve Camden’s housing crisis
18,000 sq m
of new shops, restaurants and commercial space
A £3m contribution towards open space improvements
across the borough, including Billy Fury Way, Granny Dripping Steps and new cycle schemes at West End Lane & South Hampstead;
The O2 Centre will stay open
for another 5 to 7 years during construction
New healthcare centre
with space for 11 GPs
1,000 new job opportunities
for local people in varied roles from construction to shops and services
Precious services
like the supermarket, gym, and cinema, will be re-provided in new development
35% affordable housing
representing 10% of Camden’s affordable housing waiting list
for local infrastructure improvements
New community facilities
including a nursery and community centre
Sustainable place for everyone
modern, energy-efficient buildings, alongside improved air quality, reduced traffic and lower risk of flooding
Two new public parks
over 100 new trees and a 165% biodiversity gain
A £1.5m contribution towards
a new surface level crossing on Finchley Road
£10M contribution towards
step-free access at West Hampstead station and local transport improvements
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