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The Earls Court masterplan is one of London’s most important development opportunities, delivering a wide range of benefits.

The Earls Court Masterplan is regenerating strategic land in London and will deliver a wide range of community benefits from housing, local facilities, leisure, transport, jobs and local businesses.

The Section 106 agreement, which was signed in November 2013, includes a series of community benefits which will transform the area, including:

  • 1,500 affordable homes
  • Improvements to streets and public realm and the creation of 7.5 acres of green space including garden squares and communal gardens
  • Improvements to local Tube stations and bus services plus investment in cycle hire hubs, parking spaces and lanes
  • New local amenities including a new primary school, community centre, leisure centre, health centre, cultural space and money towards a cultural fund for the area
  • Up to 10,000 permanent jobs and £8 million worth of employment and skills training

Explore Earls Court

Lillie Square


Lillie Square is one of the residential developments in London, transforming what was previously a 7.5 acre car park on Seagrave Road into over 800 homes set around a new garden square. 


masterplan map

The Earls Court Masterplan is based on the creation of ‘Four Urban Villages and a High Street’, a concept devised by internationally renowned architect Sir Terry Farrell.