The Council says it wants "visionary developers" to respond to the challenges of a major housing-led regeneration project. The successful developer will provide new high-quality affordable and private homes in a "sustainable and vibrant neighbourhood".
The 4.34ha Rectory Park Estate, owned freehold by the Council, currently consists of 270 Local Authority owned homes, mainly rented, and it is still substantially a mono tenure area. Given Rectory Park itself is immediately adjacent, there is potential for the Estate to be re-invented as a prosperous and vibrant area.
The Council say there may be some potential to expand housing regeneration on a nearby site that currently contains sheltered housing, and on which a consultation is ongoing. The development may include works in relation to public realm, commercial and retail use, and other public facilities.
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This follows hard on the heels of the OJEU notice for another Ealing estate, Copley Close.