Thecompanybehind a32m development, intended to help regenerate Kilburn High Street,has gone into administration afteryears ofdelays.
It has left buyers,who put hefty deposits intoapartments,in limbo aftertheir move-in dates were repeatedly delayed.
Others, who have moved in,sayhave spentmonthsliving on aconstruction site.
The Park Placeproject a ten-minute walk from West Hampstead train station wasmeant to house 60 luxury apartments fromdeveloperGodfrey London.
But the limited partnership set up to deliver the scheme has now been declared insolvent. Godfrey London and its associated companies are still trading.
The developer hasapologised,claimingthe projectsufferedunprecedented setbacks caused by Brexit and Covid-19.
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