Ealing Council has granted planning permission to A2Dominion and Rydon for phase two of the Green Man Lane development, which has been designed by Sir Terence Conran’s architecture and design practice.
This phase of the scheme will deliver 126 private sale and 61 affordable homes. Work will also start on a new community walkway and park linking from the south to the north of the development.
Demolition work is set to start in April, with construction to get under way in August and taking around two years to complete.
David Price, A2Dominion’s Regeneration Director, said: “This planning consent signals a new major milestone in the development of the Green Man Lane estate.
“With the first phase nearing completion, the regeneration project is already beginning to transform this run-down 1970s estate and we look forward to progressing with this exciting next stage to deliver even more high quality homes.”
Tom Rigby, Development Director for Rydon added: “Ealing Council’s unanimous support for this next phase demonstrates their continued confidence in our combined teams’ ability to design, develop and deliver these high quality, much needed new homes and community space for West Ealing.”
In total, the Green Man Lane regeneration will deliver over 700 new homes across four phases for rent, shared ownership and private sale.
The third phase of the regeneration is set to start in early 2017, subject to securing reserved matters planning approval against the consented masterplan.