Category Archives: Park Royal
OPDC has published an Open Call briefing for Artists’ Expressions of Interest for a new project which aims to uncover, celebrate and showcase the industrial heritage of Park Royal by connecting it to the lived experience of its current communities … Continue reading
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has appointed ‘We Made That’ as the Masterplanners for Park Royal Centre.
Transport for London has begun operations at a new, purpose-built train depot at Old Oak Common in a major delivery milestone for London’s new railway, the Elizabeth line (Crossrail).
The change of Mayor in Newham may block the sale of the Collective, at Old Oak, to Red Door Ventures, it is reported.
The Mayor of London has awarded £750,000 to Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation for public realm improvements at Scrubs Lane and Willesden Junction.
A panel of speakers at an event at MIPIM focussed on Old Oak and Park Royal, and highlighted the criucial importance of getting the infratructure right to enable the homes and jobs promised by the overall regeneration, as well as … Continue reading
The Japan Centre is to expand in to a new, larger unit at SEGRO’s Premier Park, Park Royal.
Essential Living’s plans for a 390 home development on part of the Perfume Factory site in North Acton have been refused.
Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation designated the Old Oak Neighbourhood Forum.
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has appointed Ben O’Neill as Commercial Director.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved a recommendation by Liz Peace CBE, Chair of OPDC to appoint Victoria Quinlan and William Hill as new Board members of Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation.
Victoria Hills is to stand down as Chief Executive of Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation.
Genesis Housing Association and Queens Park Rangers FC have appointed Galliford Try Partnerships to deliver the first phase of construction works at Oaklands – the first development being brought forward at Old Oak Common.
Transport for London has published the results of its consultation that it says shows strong support for two potential new London Overground stations near Old Oak.
Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation have given more detail on their emerging delivery plan.
Transport for London has begun a five week consultation on plans for two new London Overground stations at Old Oak.
James Murray, the Deputy Mayor of London and Liz Peace CBE, the Chairman of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) have officially started construction on the first homes at Old Oak.
A survey conducted at MIPIM earlier this year suggests nearly half of overseas investors will continue to put their money in to the UK after Brexit, while over half will slow it down or stop investing altogether.
HS2 is to issue tender documents for the delivery of its Old Oak station and associated development.
The revised draft of Old Oak and Park Royal’s Local Plan was approved for public consultation by the OPDC Board on 22 June 2017.