The transformation of the Church End estate in Neasden started in 1998 and has been delivered by Willmott Dixon over four phases.
Now Catalyst has given the go-ahead on a £16m contract to build Craven Park, a new 161 homes development of one and two bedroom accommodation for shared ownership and equity purchase.
Work on Craven Park starts immediately and will sustain 300 construction jobs, as well as numerous local businesses that will supply services to Willmott Dixon. Designed by PRP Architects, the first homes are targeted for completed by December 2014.
Tim Carpenter, managing director of Willmott Dixon, said, “Craven Park is the finishing touch to the transformation of a large part of the Church End area in Neasdon.
“Through our partnership with Catalyst, we have helped create new housing and community facilities in Church End, something that Craven Park will add to when completed next year.”