Plans For Middlesex Hospital Site Approved

Dean Nicholas
By Dean Nicholas Last edited 78 months ago
Plans For Middlesex Hospital Site Approved

Westminster council has given the go-ahead for a new project on the site of the old Middlesex hospital in Fitzrovia.

Mostly torn down a few years ago, save for the listed chapel and the western facade, the site of the former hospital has remained in limbo after a controversial Candy Brothers scheme, Noho Square, was cancelled due to financial troubles.

The new building, pictured above with the re-developed western wall, is a little on the bland side, though preferable to the scuppered Candy cheme. It will have 300 homes, a sixth of them designated as affordable, along with restaurants, shops and offices, a primary care facility, and an educational centre.

Last Updated 11 February 2012