Appointment | Notting Hill Genesis Consultants Framework

CZWG has won a place on the £24 million General Architecture lot of the Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) Development Consultants Framework.

The 4-year framework, with the option for NHG to extend it to 6 years, will be used for the provision of a range of architectural services for primarily new-build residential and mixed-use developments in Greater London.

This latest appointment builds on CZWG’s role as design and delivery architect working with the joint venture partnership NHG and Queens Park Rangers to deliver Oaklands Rise, the first regeneration site at Old Oak Common in west London, home to the UK’s largest regeneration project. The scheme completed in January 2022 providing 605 new homes as well as office, commercial, nursery and health care uses.

CZWG will draw on our established track record for large scale residential and mixed-use developments with complex project requirements and site conditions. We have over 45 years of experience and have completed circa 8,400 homes in multiple tenure buildings.

Adam West, Director at CZWG, said: “We are thrilled to be awarded a place on NHG's Framework. We enjoyed working with NHG on Oaklands Rise and we look forward to strengthening our relationship with them the future.”

CZWG will provide architectural design and associated services at various RIBA stages for feasibility, planning, tender/contract (usually design & build) and other purposes and act as Lead Designer for the project team where required. The team will also be offering a full suite of additional consultancy services including Principal Designer, BIM / Information Manager and specialist assessment/advisory services.

NHG is one of the largest housing associations in the country, with more than 66,000 homes across London and the south-east. NHG was formed in April 2018 following the amalgamation of Notting Hill Housing Trust and Genesis Housing Association Limited. Both organisations had previously provided homes for more than 50 years, growing from church and community roots in west London.