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Interior of an apartment at The Laundry Works.
Jane Imrie

Former Watford laundry factory transformed into £85m mixed-use development

A historic industrial site north of London has been transformed into a multi-million pound mixed-use scheme.

Housebuilder Weston Homes has launched The Laundry Works in Watford, an £85m residential-led development on the site of the old Watford Laundry Factory.

The 2.5 acre site was previously home to the Watford Launders & Cleaners, which was founded in 1907 by John Ross.

Comprising eight apartment buildings, The Laundry Works development will provide 248 new one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses, set within a tree-lined boulevard with landscaped gardens throughout.

Suzanne Aplin, group sales and marketing director of Weston Homes, commented: “The Laundry Works is a great new development built on a plot with such a rich history.

“The development, with its high specification apartments and beautiful communal space, combined with the fantastic local area provides buyers with all they need for a rich and varied lifestyle.”

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