Phase 1 was finished in 2013 which built 167 new homes. This is located next to the South Acton Park beginning the exciting regeneration for South Acton. HTA Design LLP the architects designed the phase which comprises of both flats and houses with a central garden accessible to all residents.
The phase is made up of five blocks: Herrick Court, Dawson Court, Beeching Court, Drummond Court and Warton Court and includes an underground car park.
Residents were involved throughout the process and were able to contribute in the design and landscaping, this was integral and vital to produce homes that were wanted by the existing residents. From the beginning we showed residents the plans, please click here for the Consultation Boards for Phase 1. The planning application summary information can be found using this link: Phase 1 Planning Application and relevant documentation can be found using the reference P/2010/4201 on Ealing's Planning Application Search Portal.
Phase 2 was completed in October 2015 where 106 new homes have been built. The new buildings are known as Richard Court, Crayford Court, Shanklin Court and Stapleton Court and replace Blackmore Tower. The building has been designed by Alison Brooks Architects and includes a communal landscaped garden, parking facilities and striking coloured brickwork to add a unique look to the estate.
The planning application summary information can be found using this link Phase 2 Application Summary and relevant documentation can be found using the reference P/2012/0711 on Ealing's Planning Application Search Portal.
Phase 3.1 was finished in Spring 2017 and created 124 new homes. This building is an eight to ten storey high building designed by the Architects Stitch. The design incorporates olive, grey and beige colour schemes and we have made sure the existing Ash Tree’s to the estate stay in place. The building itself is made up of four cores which are named Alacia, Westley, Ravenswood and Welbeck Court.
This phase also included the creation of the new station square area; with a Sainsbury Local and an area of wall which will include a piece of local art work created by Carrie Reichdart. For further information about Carrie's artwork - The Tree of Life please visit - http://www.yoursouthacton.co.uk/acton-tree-of-life
Phase 3.1 is the site where Woolf and Wodehouse Courts were previously located. There will be one, two and three bedroom homes created, where residents will benefit from a podium level communal garden and parking facilities. At our consultation events we were able to show residents further design, please click here or here (second exhibition) to view our consultation boards for Phase 3.1.
The planning application summary information can be found using this link Phase 3.1 Application Summary and relevant documentation can be found using the reference P/2013/4132 on Ealing's Planning Application Search Portal
Phase 3.2 is located between Osborne Road and Bollo Bridge Road, next to Berrymede Junior School and was finished in Spring 2017. 116 new homes were built by the architects for the new buildings are Maccreanor Lavington, who designed an eight story high mansion block with 99 homes inside and 17 four bedroom terrace houses to be adjacent to the block. The mansion block is made up of three cores which are called Marvel, Nowlan and Auden Court and this phase has a new road running through from Osborne Road to Bollo Bridge Road called Roseburg Road. Our exhibition boards showing you the design can be found by clicking these: First Exhibition Second Exhibition
Between phases 3.2 and 4 there will be a communal garden which will include rope and wooden play equipment for the residents. The Bollo Youth Club previously based here will is now lcoated on Osborne Road until a permanent home for the club will be built within the Community Hub of Phase 6.1. The planning application summary information can be found using this link Phase 3.2 Application Summary and relevant documentation can be found using the reference P/2013/4133 on Ealing's Planning Application Search Portal.