Plans for 99 Brewery Wharf homes unveiled in Twickenham

An artists' impression of the Brewery Wharf development

An artists' impression of the courtyard

How the site looks at the moment

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

The plan for new homes opposite the train station were unveiled in Twickenham this weekend.

The Brewery Wharf development will feature 28 gates homes and 71 one and two bedroom flats when the build is completed in 18 to 24 months.

Plans for prospective buyers were on show on Saturday, June 28 and Sunday, June 29.

Award-winning developer St James is behind the project, which features a public piazza, water feature and two restaurants opposite Twickenham train station.

The site’s history has been taken into account when designing the development, as it was a brewery and more recently a Post Office sorting depot.

Paul Hopkins, managing director of St James Group (North), said: “Brewery Wharf will be the first significant new build development in the area of this size and scale for many years, so we have designed it not only to create a desirable place to live, but also to have a positive impact on its locality.

“Given the number of enquiries we have already received from the hoardings surrounding the building works, there is definitely an appetite for new homes in Twickenham.”

The properties are priced from £450,000.

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3:07pm Mon 30 Jun 14

martnal says...

This might just bring us out of the 1960s.
This might just bring us out of the 1960s. martnal
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7:06pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Sparkythecat says...

£450,000 for a one bedroom flat - really affordable then.
£450,000 for a one bedroom flat - really affordable then. Sparkythecat
  • Score: 3

6:18pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Concerned_Resident says...

"The site’s history has been taken into account when designing the development, as it was a brewery and more recently a Post Office sorting depot."

Taken into account, huh? That must have been a massive naming process, as there's little else that accounts for the site's history!

On a serious note, it will only make this part of the town nicer, though with the train station and this being incomplete until the end of next year at the earlier, all that will greet the world cup visitors is one massive building site!
"The site’s history has been taken into account when designing the development, as it was a brewery and more recently a Post Office sorting depot." Taken into account, huh? That must have been a massive naming process, as there's little else that accounts for the site's history! On a serious note, it will only make this part of the town nicer, though with the train station and this being incomplete until the end of next year at the earlier, all that will greet the world cup visitors is one massive building site! Concerned_Resident
  • Score: -1

6:23pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Twickenham Bob says...

Its really bad that its a gated community.

It allows people to opt out of society. Shame on the planning committee who were happy to allow this.
Its really bad that its a gated community. It allows people to opt out of society. Shame on the planning committee who were happy to allow this. Twickenham Bob
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