Network Homes and Stanhope’s £200m Southall scheme given green light

A proposed £200million housing, office and commercial office scheme in Southall has been granted planning permission by Ealing Council.

The development, being delivered by Stanhope and Network Homes and designed by Cartwright Pickard, will provide 575 new homes, 2,100 sq m of office space and 318 sq m of flexible commercial floorspace within four separate buildings of between 15 and 23 storeys with a two-storey podium.

The project will regenerate a light-industrial site on Merrick Road next to Southall railway station in the Southall Housing Zone.

The development aims to be car free, with 926 cycle parking spaces and two dedicated servicing bays on Merrick Road. Communal gardens and public realm space will be created on the Merrick Road frontage and landscaping, play and amenity space areas within the site.

David Gooch, executive director of Development at Network Homes, said: “We’re really pleased this fantastic scheme has got planning permission. Not only will it bring over 570 much needed new homes to London, it will also dramatically transform a poorly used brownfield site triggering the regeneration of the wider Southall area.”

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