Ealing is looking for a developer partner for Southall Green, a site where they want to see 500 homes.
The five acre site is currently taken up with a car park, industrial units and non-residential buildings.
Located within a GLA Housing Zone and designated regeneration location, the site sits opposite the Grade II listed Southall Manor House and it is anticipated that more than 500 residential units can be created on the site along with new public realm and commercial and community space. The council also require the re-provision of 90-100 car parking spaces for public use to support local shops and services.
The site is a short distance from Southall Station, which will welcome Crossrail trains from 2019.
Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, said: “Ealing Council has a reputation for quality regeneration and we want to speak to partners who can support our vision for this exciting town centre development.
“Crossrail is going to transform our borough, connecting local people and businesses with jobs and opportunities right across London, and we are working hard to capitalise on it. This transformation of this underused, but significant town centre site is part an important part of this work.”
The project will be delivered in collaboration with London-based developers, Metropolitan and Suburban.
Lance Cantor of Metropolitan and Suburban said: “We are very excited to be working in collaboration with Ealing Council on this project and we are confident that once completed it will transform the area by delivering significant social, environmental and economic benefits to this important and well-connected gateway location”