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Trenchard House

Trenchard House was formerly a police section house in Broadwick Street, Soho. The property was vacant for almost 13 years after it was decommissioned and sold by the Metropolitan Police.


The site's ownership moved from the HCA to the GLA in 2012 as part of the Localism Act 2011. In 2013, the Mayor of London announced that Barratt London would be redeveloping the vacant public land site into 78 new homes, 65 of which are affordable.

  • 78 one, two and three-bedroom apartments over nine floors, many with private balconies and terraces, and made up of 65 one, two and three-bedroom Intermediate Rents, at rents set and agreed with Westminster City Council.

  • These are affordable homes and apartments for the ‘economically active’ and will be let by the Dolphin Square Foundation 

  • Ground floor retail space and lower ground floor retail or restaurant space

  • Underground car-parking, 134 secure cycle spaces and membership of the local car club for residents

  • Road improvements including raising the road surface and introducing a one-way system to calm traffic

  • Public access improvements to provide a daytime pedestrian thoroughfare at the rear of the site 

  • New planting and ecology-landscaped roof 

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