Detailed planning consent has also been achieved for 106 new homes, the first within the masterplan.
The plan for the 15-year regeneration of the Acton Gardens estate will see 2,500 homes built along traditional tree-lined streets.
Currently the first 167 dwellings at Acton Gardens, not included in the masterplan, are being built by Enfield concreting firm Kaybridge Construction.
One half of the total homes will be affordable and the development will be a ‘green’ neighbourhood featuring parks, communal gardens and allotments, a community hub and culture, office and retail space.
The new homes will be built to achieve a minimum Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 offering low heating, power and water consumption. Non-domestic buildings are aspiring to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’.
David Montague, Chief Executive of L&Q, said: “Securing planning committee approval is a crucial milestone in the transformation of South Acton and we are extremely pleased to have been given the green light by our partners at the London Borough of Ealing.”
Countryside Properties and L&Q are working with a project team including HTA Architects as masterplanners & lead architects; Alison Brooks Architects as phase 2 architects, AECOM as energy consultants and Terence O’Rourke as planning consultants.