The developer says the proposals, designed by Allies & Morrison, have changed following a consultation held earlier in 2015, and now include a 5,000 sq ft sound-proofed and fully-accessible music venue on the plot of the 1960’s Ealing Club, as well as a 6,000 sq ft flexible space on Haven Place, and amendments to the design of the prominent building on the corner of Station Broadway and The Broadway and the adjacent 9-storey building.
The music venue would host live music plus other attractions such as performing arts, comedy and film. The venue will be linked to a bar/restaurant above, giving it a much more prominent entrance close to the station as well as space for catering.
The proposals submitted for the scheme, dubbed “9-42 The Broadway”, comprise a collection of buildings, ranging from four to 18 storeys. The development would include a new pedestrian route, to be known as Haven Place (pictured), between Ealing Broadway station and The Broadway.
It would deliver around 20 new shops, including a mix of smaller units suitable for independent retailers and larger ones for high street brands; 191 new homes within residential courtyards above Haven Place, including 30% intermediate affordable housing; and space for a boutique cinema.
Londonewcastle are development manager on the scheme.