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Plans approved for £800m London Acton Gardens New phase.

Social housing provider L&Q and developer Countryside have been offered planning to complete the £800m Acton Gardens housing estate phase 9 renovation in West London. Plans for the 215 mixed-tenure homes at the old South Acton estate were backed by Ealing Council planners. Phases 9.3, 9.5 and 9.6 of Acton Gardens were granted planning approval and the redevelopment is expected to start in July. The site completes the Enfield Road Character region, which acts as the gateway to Acton Gardens from Bollo Lane and Acton Town station.

The £800m investment redevelopment project on a 52-acre largescale at the former South Acton estate will create around 3,500 new mixed-tenure homes. The project delivers 50% affordable housing and more social rent houses that earlier existed on the estate before the scheme started. The newly approved homes forms the three phases of the masterplan set to start in the summer and the first completion will be in 2024.

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Completion of the western quarter of the regeneration of the South Acton estate

Darren Parker, the L&Q director of project management and development, stated: “This was a fantastic way to end 2021 at Acton Gardens, and we’re delighted to begin works later this year. With affordable new homes, improved community allotments and open areas, the latest phases showcase the commitment to develop beautiful places where residents can thrive.”

Daniel King, the, managing director (west London) at Countryside, added: “Phases 9.3, 9.5 and 9.6 are set to complete the western quarter of the regeneration of the South Acton estate and so we are happy to have received solid planning approval for these much-needed modern homes. With 50% affordable homes being offered being part of the regeneration, the phases will make a great contribution to the local community, and we are looking forward to beginning the works.”

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