Outline planning permission has been granted by the London Borough of Ealing for landscape architects LUC’s Acton Gardens masterplan that looks to bring 1,950 mixed tenure family apartments and homes. The permission includes detailed proposals for the immediate delivery of 203 new homes as part of the £600m Acton Gardens regeneration programme. This mixed use residential scheme in west London is being delivered through a partnership between L&Q and Countryside.
The masterplan includes an extensive open space network comprising three public parks, communal gardens, green streets and allotments. LUC developed the masterplan open space and landscape strategy, prepared external proposals for the detailed phase and carried out the site wide ecological assessment.
This latest proposal follows on from work LUC undertook in earlier phases of the development, most recently the completion of a new park. It said the development to date has been held up as a “great example” of successful estate regeneration in London.