HUB are working with Women’s Pioneer Housing and Bridges Fund Management, to redevelop Browning House on Wood Lane. Women’s Pioneer Housing are London’s largest specialist housing association for women. The aim of the development is to double the amount of affordable housing on site while improving the size and quality of each flat to meet their mission of providing homes and services which offer a springboard to independent women to achieve their potential.

AHMM architects have been appointed to design the scheme that will create 72 new flats as well as a new head office for WPH. The front portion of the site will become an exciting co-living development with communal amenity space provided throughout the development. We aim to create a lively vertical community for Londoners in White City.

We now have proposed designs for the development which we presented to the community at an exhibition event on October 16th. We know not everyone can make it to an event so the designs are also online here:
https://www.hubgroup.co.uk/projects/wood-lane/

We would love to hear your thoughts about the designs. Thank you for taking the time to share your views with us. 

If you have any questions, please email woodlane@squarestonehub.com or call 020 3997 9792.
About the Proposed Development

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* Overall I think the emerging proposals for the site are:

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* ‘New homes and office for Women’s Pioneer,  alongside a co-living scheme is an appropriate approach for this site’. To what extent do you agree with this statement?

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* To what extent do you feel that the new homes for Women’s Pioneer and the co-living scheme will be a benefit to the area?

Homes for Women’s Pioneer:

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* Co-living homes:

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* "I think the improved landscape proposals to the north of Browning House are"

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* "A new level access route across the site is a good inclusion within the design". To what extent do you agree with this statement?

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* In the co-living building it could be possible that some space on the ground floor was available for a publicly accessible cafe. Do you think this is a good idea and would be well used?

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* Any other comments/thoughts about the proposed designs:

General Questions

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* Have you ever heard of Women's Pioneer Housing Association?

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* How important do you think it is that there is specific housing and support for women who may otherwise find it hard to get the housing they need?

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* Have you ever heard of “co-living”? [a housing design where people live in purpose built shared accommodation with high quality shared facilities such as kitchen and dining spaces, laundry rooms etc]

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* Do you think there could be a demand for co-living housing in Hammersmith and Fulham?

About You

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* What is your connection to the area [tick all that apply]:

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* How many years have you had a connection to this area?

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* Are you an existing tenant of Women’s Pioneer?

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* To what extent have your views about the area been consulted before?

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* Which ethnicity do you feel best describes you?

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* Gender Identity:

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* Are your day to day activities limited due to a physical or learning disability or health problem?

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* Age:

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* Which of these best describes what you're doing at present?

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* Is there anything else you would like to say?

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