Earls Court Masterplan

Due to the planned development of Earls Court , PVL Properties Ltd has formulated a positive long-term view in area with its on-going management and investment in both Grenbeck Court & Bell House, which are both located a few hundred yards from the Earls Court tube station.

On 3rd July 2013 the Mayor of London gave his consent to the redevelopment of Earls Court and the surrounding area, paving the way for a £8 billion investment.

One of the most valuable masterplans in London  

Capco’s Masterplan for Earls Court has laid the groundwork for one of the most important and exciting regeneration projects in the capital. Its location adjacent to some of the city’s most desirable residential districts – Kensington, Chelsea and Fulham - plus excellent existing transport links offer a rare chance to redefine prime central London.

Detailed design proposals for the first phase of the Earls Court Masterplan have been submitted to the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham (LBHF) and the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea (RBKC).

This first phase will feature an abundance of green space, a new High Street connecting North End Road in the west to Warwick Road in the east, over 1,300 new homes and 1,800 sq ft of new community space and a new nursery.


Earls Court and West Brompton Village


Two new crescents (pictured below) have been created with impressive townhouses, elegant mansion buildings and garden squares to create a beautiful new residential neighbourhood.

 Crescents 1

Crescents 2

A new 'Lost River Park' (below), designed by RHS Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medallist Andy Sturgeon, will stretch five acres across the full 77 acre Earls Court development site, following the line of one of London's famous lost rivers, Counters Creek.

West Brompton Square to Lost River Park

Lost River Park South view

The Earls Court Project will bring huge community benefits that will transform the area



  • A new 21st Century High Street with independent shops, cultural and community facilities
  • A new primary school with nursery and daycare facilities
  • A new integrated health hub offering a range of primary health care
  • High quality estate management and stewardship
  • Playgrounds and facilities for children of all ages


  • A London destination
  • A new community and cultural venue dedicated to the arts, community learning and entertainment
  • New sports and leisure facilities providing a range of sports for all



  • Existing streets will be improved by removing street clutter and furniture to make them safer, more sociable and better for pedestrians
  • Pedestrian crossings will be improved
  • Streets will be designed to support the Mayor of London’s cycling revolution with new cycle docking stations and plentiful parking by Tube stations
  • 5 new Barclays Cycle Hire stations
  • Tree-lined streets connecting public gardens and parks will be a pleasure to walk along
  • A new 2.5 km jogging and walking route


  • A new High Street designed for pedestrians, cyclists and cars which links North End Road to Warwick Road
  • A new, north-south thoroughfare called The Broadway designed for pedestrians, cyclists and cars which will link Cromwell Road to Lillie Road
  • Improvements to Earls Court, West Brompton and West Kensington stations
  • The junction and double-roundabout on the corner of North End Road and Lillie Road will be improved and made safer for pedestrians and cyclists
  • The pedestrian tunnel under Warwick Road into Earls Court Tube will be re-opened and a new entrance to the station will be built in Earls Court Village
  • New bus routes and new and upgraded bus stops
  • Electric car clubs and a series of charging points



  • A cutting-edge community energy network
  • High speed, fibre-optic broadband network connections to each property
  • An integrated waste management system designed to reduce waste and encourage recycling
  • State-of-the-art, energy-efficient buildings
  • Earls Court will be a very low-carbon development


  • It will be easy to walk, cycle, shop locally, grow food, save energy and minimise waste
  • Food gardens that will inspire local people to grow their own produce
  • Local sources of renewable energy
  • Safe, secure and livable streets



  • Between 1,500-2000 construction jobs a year during the construction period
  • Approximatelly 800 - 1,000 additional related jobs a year during the construction period
  • Offices and work spaces supporting around 10,000 new jobs
  • An enterprise centre offering affordable and flexible workspace and business support facilities
  • Training and support programmes for people who live in the area
  • Up to £1.2 billion new annual spend (including residents, workers, businesses and visitors) once the development has been completed


  • 7,500 much-needed new homes for West London
  • A range of homes to suit every age and income level
  • Houses designed to ‘Lifetime Homes’ standards
  • 10% of homes will be fully wheelchair accessible



A range of elegant new public open spaces

A hierarchy of squares and gardens with play areas for children of all ages

The Lost River Park – a new 5-acre public park designed for walking, resting, play and art

Ecological and productive landscaping with a wide range of habitats

A new London garden square at Seagrave Road

Green roofs and “living walls”

For more details on the Earls Court Masterplan please click here.