Acton Gardens is the partnership between L&Q Housing Trust and Countryside Properties (UK) PLC who are redeveloping the existing homes of South Acton. This exciting collaboration will bring new homes, community facilities, retail spaces and modern - improved park facilities to the whole estate. The regeneration is taking place over a ten year period to deliver over 2,500 new homes to South Acton.
Our website provides details around the exciting regeneration. It provides residents and local people with information on what the regeneration will mean to them, the on-going works behind the scenes and how you can become involved.
You will find the latest updates, details of the people and the organisations you can contact and the downloadable documents that we hope you find useful. This includes:
- New Tenants Guide
- New Leaseholders Guide
- The Rephasing Timeframes
- Information for Sheltered Residents
- The Process and Options for Ealing Council Tenants
- Allocation Policies
- Tenancy Differences
Masterplan Consultation Event:
Following our consultation events at the beginning of the year, Acton Gardens held additional events on 21 and 24 March. The events presented new ideas and proposals put forward for changes to the regeneration masterplan and Phase 9.2.
Please click each of the below to view the architect boards presented at the events:
First Public Consultation, Current Successes & Meeting Demand, A Well Supported Neighbourhood, A Well Connected Site, Parks & Community Outdoor Space, Living Streets & Green Links, Building Heights & Public Realm, Illustrative Masterplan Proposal, Character area: Clandon Gardens, Character area: Avenue Park, Character area: Enfield Road, Phase 9.2 Podium & Streetscape, Phase 9.2 Massing & Tenure
Church Road - Road Closure:
Acton Gardens Phase 7.1 Update - Oct 2017
The hoarding installation is now complete for phase 7.1.
Telfer & Church Road: The hard demolition of the building started on the 26th September 2017 and this will be completed in the next 2 weeks. Please be aware that within working hours the concrete crushing will create continuous background noise.
Working Hours: Site hours are Mon-Fri 8am – 6pm and Sat 8am – 1pm.
Whilst core construction works are not carried out on Sundays, large vehicles may visit the site to off load deliveries outside of working hours. In addition, Ealing Council’s highways department may only allow delivery to take place at the weekends. We will keep you updated if this is to happen.
Ragley Close: Controlled hard demolition of the building structures using excavators will be commencing on Friday 6th October 2017.
Avenue Road Park: Excavation and preparation work for the new foundations in the park area of the site are on-going, with the intention to have the first piling rig on site in the first week of November to start piled foundations in the area.
Improvements to the Area:
From the 2nd October 2017 Countryside are Installing bulkhead lighting on the hoarding adjacent to Buckland Walk. Once these are installed SSE electricity will make the final connection and we hope to have this completed by the middle of next week.
Pruning trees within the Church Road pathways and surrounding Buckland Walk hoardings to improve the natural light and over shadowing (the trees were trimmed back on Monday 2nd October 2017).
We have now installed two convex mirrors to alleyways which will improve viability for local residents.