The site will also be developed with around 230,000 sq. ft. of modern industrial and urban logistics warehouses
Both partners will work with Hillingdon Council now to obtain planning consent for the major scheme at the former coffee and chocolate factory site.
SEGRO bought the 30-acre site in January in 2015 as part of its strategy to provide high quality urban warehousing to meet the growing demand from occupiers.
Alastair Baird, Barratt London’s Regional Managing Director said: “This year we are set to complete around 2,000 new homes across London and this agreement with SEGRO will boost our pipeline of future projects.
“It demonstrates that our technical capability in delivering complex schemes continues to provide us with a competitive advantage in London.
“Working with SEGRO, we will draw on our experience to design and build a great place to live and work on this important regeneration site in Hayes.”
The site is in a prime location for business and residents located next to the Hayes and Harlington railway station which will become a Crossrail station in 2019.