Havelock Estate regeneration gets green light
by James Renoux-Wood Wed 4 December 2013, 11:08 am
Planning permission has been granted for a £200 million residential scheme to build 922 homes at the Havelock estate in Southall.
The development is being delivered by Catalyst Housing with Pollard Thomas Edwards architects, and was given the stamp of approval at Ealing Council’s planning committee.
Housing will be available for rent, shared ownership and sale and the project will also create new roads, a community facility and shops.
Rob Cahill, Catalyst chief executive, said: “We’re thrilled that Ealing Council has approved our exciting plans for Havelock.
"I would like to thank the residents of Havelock who have given so much of their time over the past year to help us ensure that our plans address the things they like and dislike about their current estate.
"I am delighted that we can now look forward to starting work in earnest on transforming Havelock into a great new neighbourhood, meeting the aspirations of residents and the council."