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Hill House & Archway Mall

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Last Updated: 24/11/2015  
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A company called Bode has bought Hill House (the blue 60s building towering over the shopping area) and the Archway Mall (the desolate concrete area below). We met with them last week and learned that they intend to work first on the Tower converting it into around 140 units for sale (ranging from studios to 2-bed). They can do this under the recent legislation which allows commercial properties to be turned into residential, without having to meet the current planning requirements for new-build residential, nor having to provide any social housing. They say they are open to local views on what to do with the Mall (tho' development here needs to be in line with the Archway Development Plan and include, for example, a proper through connection to MacDonald Road)