Hill will build 229 homes on a parcel of land known as “Package A” at the junction of Bradenham Close and Westmoreland Road, after being appointed on a £70m contract.
Of those homes, 84 per cent will be available for social rent, including 54 extra care units and seven homes for people with learning difficulties.
Package A is part of the wider First Development Site, which will provide more than 800 homes, a community facility and new public open space.
Cain Peters, Regional Director for Hill, said: “We are delighted to have been appointed to work on this exciting regeneration project and look forward to working with Notting Hill Genesis and Aylesbury residents to provide high-quality, affordable homes.”
Jeremy Stibbe, Group Director of Regeneration and Assets for Notting Hill Genesis said: “Having Hill on board to build our first homes in the Aylesbury neighbourhood is fantastic news. They are highly experienced in regeneration projects that benefit the wider community and the high standards they demand match the vision we have for the area.”
The regeneration of the Aylesbury neighbourhood is a long-term partnership between Notting Hill Genesis and Southwark Council. Over the lifetime of the project we will deliver more than 3,500 new homes, half of which will be affordable housing. Of that half, 75 per cent will be available for social rent.
Photo caption: Cain Peters, regional director for Hill, Cllr Johnson Situ, cabinet member for growth, development and planning at Southwark Council, and Jeremy Stibbe, group director of regeneration and assets at Notting Hill Genesis, at the First Development Site