Green light for phase two of £155m scheme
by Jim Dunton Fri 22 November 2013, 1:00 pm
Ealing Council has approved plans for the 187-home second phase of the £155 million Green Man Lane regeneration scheme in west Ealing.
Designed by architects Conran and Partners, the scheme will deliver 126 homes for private sale and 61 affordable homes through a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments and maisonettes, and three and four bedroom houses.
Overall, the Green Man Lane project will deliver 700 new homes. Its 176-home first phase is due for completion early next year.
In addition to starting work on its phase two homes, the latest approval will allow developers A2Dominion and Rydon to build a new community walkway providing a direct link from the south to the north of the development through a new central park.
David Price, regeneration director at A2Dominion said the planning consent was a new milestone.
“With the first phase nearing completion, the regeneration project is already beginning to transform this run-down 1970s estate and we look forward to progressing with this exciting next stage to deliver even more high quality homes,” he said.
Rydon development director Tom Rigby said Ealing councillors’ “unanimous support” for the application demonstrated “continued confidence” in the combined teams’ ability to design, develop and deliver the new homes and community space for west Ealing.
Demolition work on some of the estate's remaining buildings, which will pave the way for phase two, is set to start in April next year. Construction is expected to get under way in August.
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