Overview
Overview

Phase Overview

The phases of the development are being designed as part of an ongoing process by a number of different architectural practices.

Phases Overview

The detailed design of the buildings within the development is controlled by the Parameter Plans and Design Code agreed as part of the outline planning permission. It is expected that the plans for Chelsea Barracks will be delivered in six development phases. Each phase of the development requires a further ‘reserved matters’ planning application to be submitted to Westminster City Council for approval of the detailed architectural design of the buildings.

Along with the buildings contained within each phase, an area of associated landscape will also be delivered to ensure each phase will integrate with the other phases and the surrounding area.

Please click on the masterplan above to view the details of each phase of the development.

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Phase 1
Phase 1

Phase 1

Use: Apartments, Cafe
Architects: Squire and Partners
Status: Planning consent granted May 2014

Phase 1

Detailed design proposals for Phase 1, by architects Squire and Partners, were submitted to Westminster City Council in February 2014 and consent was granted for the designs in May 2014. The 3 blocks that make up Phase 1 contain 74 apartments that range in size from 1 to 6 bedrooms. This phase will also provide a cafe on the corner of block 1 to help animate the new public entrance to the site on Pimlico Road.



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Phase 2

Use: Townhouses
Architect: Paul Davis + Partners
Status: Planning consent granted August 2014

Phase 2

Detailed design proposals for Phase 2, by architects Paul Davis + Partners were submitted to Westminster City Council in May 2014 and consent was granted for the designs in August 2014. Phase 2 consists of 15 townhouses divided between two blocks which are 4 storeys at the front and 5 storeys to the rear, as the designs include a sunken rear garden. Some of the properties will have summerhouses in their rear garden.



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Phase 3A

Phase 3A

Use: Restaurant and deli, residential / temporary marketing facilities for the development
Architect: Ben Pentreath
& Associates

Status: Planning permission granted October 2014

Phase 3A

Detailed design proposals for Phase 3A, by architects Ben Pentreath and Associates were submitted to Westminster City Council in late August 2014. This phase consists of 2 blocks, one of which will be a mews house and another which will be a restaurant and delicatessen, forming one side of a new public square. It is intended to temporarily use Phase 3A as a marketing suite and show apartment while the rest of the site is being constructed. A separate application has been made to Westminster City Council for this use.


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Phase 3B

Use: Residential and commercial
Architect: Paul Davis + Partners
Status: Planning permission has been granted for the temporary marketing suite.

Phase 3B

Squire and Partners have developed the design for Phase 3B. A traditional brick ‘skin’ has been built on the external elevation of the building in order to ensure it has the same feel and quality of the surrounding architecture. Phase 3B currently consists of the Chelsea Barracks marketing suite, which was granted temporary consent in 2015. A planning application to convert the building into a permanent one will be submitted later this year. The scheme proposes 4 new apartments overlooking Garrison Square: 1x1 Bed, 1x2 Bed, 1x3 Bed and 1x4 Bed together with two retail outlets at ground floor (to be used as a marketing suite in the short term). The designs for Phase 3B were included in the February 2018 Residents Liaison Group meeting and public drop-in exhibition. Download the Phase 3B exhibition material as a PDF here.

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Phase 4
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Phase 4

Use: Residential and public square
Architect: Eric Parry Architects
Landscape Architect:
Gustafson Porter

Status: Planning permission granted in June 2016.

Phase 4

Eric Parry Architects have developed the design for Phase 4, which consists of three residential buildings arranged around a private courtyard at the centre of the development. It includes Five Fields Square, the largest of the public spaces provided within the masterplan.

Like Phase 1, all three buildings are 6 storeys in height with a two storey penthouse set back at the upper levels. The design aims to complement the architectural character and materiality of the earlier phases, whilst also introducing new features and materials that are distinct to this cluster of buildings, providing variation to the development. Planning permission was granted for Phase 4 in June 2016.

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Phase 5A

Use: Residential and public square
Architect: Squire and Partners
Status: Planning permission granted in September 2016.

Phase 5A

Phase 5A consists of 14 townhouses arranged around a garden square on the east side of the masterplan.  The rear of the terrace on the west of the square forms one side of Garrison Square, around the retained Garrison Chapel. Phase 5A was granted planning permission in September 2016.

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Phase 5B

Use: Residential
Architect: Piercy and Company’s
Status: Planning permission granted.

Phase 5B

The next phase of design, Phase 5B, will form the top part of the ‘horseshoe’ to complete the garden square setting. Piercy & Company architects to start detailed design for 5B. 

Phase 5B of the Chelsea Barracks masterplan consists of 3 townhouses and 3 mews houses arranged in a crescent facing onto ‘Orchard Square’, a key residential square. To the north, at the rear of Phase 5B, sits a row of Georgian townhouses running along St. Barnabas Street. The design has been modified to reduce the visual impact of the buildings. A planning application for Phase 5B was submitted to Westminster City Council in August 2017. 

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Phase 6A

Use: Residential
Architect: Eric Parry Architects
Status: Planning permission submitted in August 2017.

Phase 6A

Detailed design proposals for Phase 6A, include three buildings – building 18, 19 and 20. Eric Parry Architects have designed buildings 18 and 19 and together they provide a total of 85 private residential units. Buildings 18 and 19 reflect the consented composition of Phase 4 and are 6 storeys in height with an additional two storey penthouse set back at the upper level. The design proposals generally replicate the architectural character and materiality of Phase 4 across Five Fields Square. .

Squire and Partners are the architects for building 20. Due to its corner location on the site, at the southern end of Ebury Bridge Road, Building 20 acts as an anchor and gateway to the Masterplan. It is an apartment building treated as a single block with a front entrance and lobby, and a central core serving all the apartments. The building has a maximum height of eight floors. A planning application for Phase 6A was submitted to Westminster City Council in August 2017.

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Phase 6B

Use:Residential, affordable housing, retail and leisure
Architect:Piercy & Company (Building 15) Squire and Partners (Building 21a, 21b and 22)
Status:Planning application submitted.

Phase 6B

Phase 6B will be the final phase of development. Phase 6B comprises the remaining buildings along Ebury Bridge Road. Phase 6B will deliver extra care units (senior living), affordable housing units consisting of intermediate and social rent, the swimming pool, sports centre, primary care trust, and the retail offer. It is expected that the Reserved Matters Agreement application to be submitted in Spring 2018.

Updated proposals include Building 15 (health centre), Building 21A (extra care units & amenity), Building 21B (affordable social rented homes, retail and sports centre) and Building 22 (affordable intermediate homes, retail and car parking).

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