UK Developer Starts £105m Mixed-Use Tesco Development

4 May 2011 (Last Updated May 4th, 2011 18:30)

UK-based regeneration firm Spenhill, a subsidiary of Tesco, has begun work on a £105m mixed-use development in Higham's Park, London, UK. The regeneration scheme, spread over 11.2 acres, has been designed by Collado Collins. The scheme will include the construction of 253 r

UK-based regeneration firm Spenhill, a subsidiary of Tesco, has begun work on a £105m mixed-use development in Higham's Park, London, UK.

The regeneration scheme, spread over 11.2 acres, has been designed by Collado Collins.

The scheme will include the construction of 253 residential units around a public park and pedestrian street called Lime Row.

Lime Row will be lined by ten shops and cafes, as well as a 3,500m² Tesco supermarket.

The first phase of the scheme will see the development of 94 affordable housing units including 15 family homes.

Tesco's original plans for the regeneration, submitted in 2005, were rejected before Collado Collins was hired to draw fresh plans.