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The Place West London event, Future Park Royal, followed hot on the heels of the Mayor of London’s review of the Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation, which recommitted the Mayor to the massive regeneration project.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has said that the plans to regenerate Old Oak in West London were left in ‘a mess’ by his predecessor as he announced the findings of his review of the Old Oak and Park … Continue reading
Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation are in pre-application discussions for schemes totalling over 12,000 homes.
OPDC has issued Invitations to Tenders to seven shortlisted teams for the masterplanning of Old Oak.
Place West London is to host an event together with OPDC focussed on the future of Park Royal – “Future Park Royal: 2026 & Beyond”.
Work will start later this year on Old Oak’s first major scheme after the Mayor of London approved plans for Oaklands, a development just north of the future site of the Old Oak Common HS2/Crossrail interchange.
Plans for a cluster of residential towers and a 133 bed hotel in North Acton have been approved.
The new transport secretary, Chris Grayling, has said he has no plans to cancel HS2.
The first major scheme to be decided by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has been approved.
Old Oak Park, Cargiant and London & Regional’s proposals for the redevelopment of their Park Royal site, are holding a fourth round of consultations.
The OPDC Planning Committee meeting will determine the planning application for the Oaklands development on 13th July 2016.
Atkins has been awarded a contract to help make Old Oak and Park Royal, London’s largest opportunity area, “one of the most sustainable urban developments in the UK”.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched a formal review of the Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation.
Brent Council says it is working hard to ensure residents in Brent get the most out of the UK’s largest regeneration scheme at Old Oak and Park Royal.
Sadiq Khan has suggested that High Speed 2 could temporarily terminate at Old Oak, to allow a rethink on how it reaches and terminates at Euston.
London & Regional and Cargiant have appointed a Design Review Panel, headed by Paul Finch, for their redevelopment of the Cargiant site at Old Oak – christened Old Oak Park.
A summary of the third phase of public consultation on the emerging illustrative masterplan for Old Oak Park, the current home of Cargiant, has been published by the development team, showing a positive reaction to the plans.
LookwestLondon is holding a free business seminar focussed on a sustainable future for Heathrow Airport and its contribution to the economy in the sub-region, and to Park Royal and Ealing in particular.
The Chancellor confirmed in the budget that the Government has agreed in principle to transfer publicly owned land at Old Oak in west London to the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation.
Residential developer and house builder Clearview Homes has acquired the 2 acre, former, TFL site on the West side of the A40 at the junction of Horn Lane and Western Avenue, better known as Gipsy Corner.