Southall Manor House is being brought back to life as a new west London hub for hospitality.
The Grade II listed building, the oldest in Southall, has been impressively refurbished and extended and its gardens landscaped over the last three years and will soon be open for business.
Set within Southall’s lively town centre, Southall Manor House is an exciting and innovative project that will establish a new community enterprise comprising a restaurant, an events and conference venue, and education and training facilities.
It will be a destination location in west London and support local employment and business growth building upon the areas strength in the hospitality and catering sector.
This will be a centre of excellence for training people to work in the hospitality industry.
The project’s main aims are to deliver education, employment and training opportunities; create facilities for education, training and community use; support local businesses; and establish a landmark in Southall that is actively used by local people and visitors.
The project has been supported and shaped by Ealing Council, West London College, the GLA, the LEAP and other partners and stakeholders.
The council has appointed an experienced team from GCDA to help prepare the building for opening.