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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.
The Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has issued its Local Plan for consultation, which sets out the vision for the transformation of the area, details of distinctive parts of the regeneration site and planning policies for future … Continue reading
Essential Living has been granted consent for its redevelopment of the Perfume Factory in Park Royal.
The Mayor of London has proposed two massive road tunnels under central London to relieve congestion, one beginning at Park Royal, and the other in Chiswick.
Cargiant and their development partners London & Regional Properties have unveiled their illustrative masterplan for their 46-acre site at the heart of Old Oak Common.
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has launched a new initiative that aims to strengthen London’s largest industrial estate and support its future competitiveness.
The Prime Minister has said that the government is to step in and directly commission thousands of new affordable homes at Old Oak Common.
Transport for London has secured €4m funding from the European Commission (EC) to progress the development of options for new London Overground stations in the area.
The Alan Cherry Award for Placemaking 2015 has been presented to Victoria Hills, CEO of Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation.
A planning framework which will deliver more than 25,500 new homes and create up to 65,000 jobs at Old Oak and Park Royal has been approved and adopted by the Mayor of London.
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has teamed up with an organisation that promotes technological innovation to ensure that all future development at the UK’s largest regeneration site embrace the latest high-tech innovations.
Essential Living has submitted plans to build 500 homes in two towers inside the Old Oak & Park Royal development area.
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has appointed Design Council Cabe to a role that will aim to ensure all new developments on the largest regeneration site in London meet the very highest of design standards.