Peabody consults on The Green in Southall

A consultation on plans to deliver new homes and employment space at The Green in Southall, Ealing, is to open.

The plans, which are being brought forward by Peabody in partnership with Ealing Council, would create around 525 new homes, of which 50 per cent would be affordable housing.

Peabody’s plans also include new employment space to help increase local job opportunities, and would aim to create high-quality public spaces across the site.

The site is located just to the south of Southall train station, and includes some of the land bound by Featherstone Road, Gladstone Road and The Green. The Green is a key part of the Southall Opportunity Area.

Following this initial consultation, Peabody will use the community’s feedback to help shape its final plans. A second series of consultation events will be held before a planning application is submitted at the end of the year.

Chris Lyons, Senior Development Manager at Peabody, said: “We are committed to engaging the Southall community on our plans for The Green.

“With excellent transport links to the rest of London and close to Southall town centre, the redevelopment of The Green is a great opportunity for the area and we’re really excited to be presenting our plans to the community.

“We hope as many local people as possible will come along to our consultation event and give their views so that we can make sure their hopes for the future of the site can be properly considered.”

More information is available here.

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