Vengrove teams up with council to create £120m EdCity development

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Investment manager Vengrove has partnered with charity Ark and Hammersmith & Fulham Council to create a £120m mixed-use development with a focus on education.

The 378,000 sq ft development, EdCity, will consist of a redeveloped two-form entry Ark Swift Primary Academy, a 75-place nursery for Harmony Neighbourhood Nursery, a Youth Zone centre and an expanded Adult Education and Community Learning Centre.

Additionally, 97,000 sq ft of affordable office accommodation will be created, to be set aside for education and social innovation charities. The goal is to create an education-led hub in west London which will also include 132 residential units, of which 50% will be affordable housing.

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