Friary Park, Ealing
We’re planning to redevelop the Friary Park estate in Acton to improve the design and quality of residents’ homes.
Friary Park was originally built for private sale by Laing Construction. It was purchased by Catalyst (then Ealing Family Housing Association) in 1987.
We’ve been considering a range of options to improve the neighbourhood and have decided that the best route is to redevelop the estate – demolishing existing homes and replacing them with new, high-quality, energy-efficient ones.
We’ll now be consulting residents about our proposals and preparing plans for the redevelopment of the estate.
Our FAQs answer the key questions you might have about the development. We have also put together a rumour-buster to address and clarify some of the key issues about the project, including rent and the height of the development.
We’ve been talking to residents and other stakeholders about our plans in pre-planning application consultation, which began in November 2014. We ran a series of design workshops and one-off events, finishing with a a drop-in event to show how the proposals had evolved with the community’s feedback.
In summer 2018, changes to the London Plan significantly increased housebuilding targets for local authorities. For this reason, we’re currently reviewing the proposals with a view to delivering more homes on the site. We exhibited our plans to residents and the local community at consultation events on 15 and 18 September 2018. Take a look at the exhibition boards here.
Find out more
- FAQs – answers to key questions about the Friary Park redevelopment
- Newsletters – download copies of our newsletters
- Friary Park: rumour busters
- Email: Friary.email@example.com
- Tel: Linda Masetti on 020 8832 3376