The firm is working with Catalyst Housing, which Ealing Council has chosen as it partner housing association to deliver the £196m redevelopment of the troubled 1950s estate.
Construction of nearly 1,000 homes will get underway early next year.
- 904 new homes, including 372 homes for existing tenants, 105 shared ownership and shared equity properties and 427 new homes for outright sale
- Purpose built homes for older people that are well located, highly insulated and secure, and are designed to meet individual needs.
- Improvements to the local area including new park areas, and landscaping along the canal to increase the amount of public open space.
Havelock Estate Regeneration
Ealing Council’s cabinet unanimously approved the decision to select Catalyst.
Lead member for housing, Hitesh Tailor said: “I’m delighted with this decision, which is excellent news for Havelock residents and the Southall community. ”
Rod Cahill, chief executive of Catalyst Housing said: “Catalyst has a long standing commitment to the Southall area stretching back over forty years, which has given us an immense knowledge and understanding of the local area.
“Our proposals will be great for the people that live in the neighbourhood and will make a positive impact on the wider Southall area.”