Conveyancing in Ealing – Regeneration schemes announced

Thinking of purchasing a home in Ealing?

There are currently over 100 new development sites in the area; a local Solicitor, specialising in Conveyancing in Ealing can advise you on the effects this will have on your home sale or purchase. Regeneration schemes will include a mix of housing, retail, leisure and business developments throughout development sites in Ealing, Greenford, Hanwell and Southall.

Pat Hayes, an executive director of the regeneration and housing development at Ealing Council (Perceval House, 14-16 Uxbridge Road, Ealing, London, W5 2HL) announced plans by the council to redevelop the area of North Acton in a press release earlier this week. The council will be using its ‘limited resources and powers' to encourage developments which are good for the area and will boost the local economy.

Better Transport Links in Ealing

A new bus and pedestrian link along the Chiltern line could also be created to connect North Acton to the planned rail depot at Old Oak Common.

Mr. Hayes said: "North Acton is quite remote, cut off by railway lines. There is already the students' halls of residence development, which will bring in more footfall and we'd like to see the whole area change. We want to open it up, starting with the front of the station. "

Another project is the site off Berrymead Gardens which will see the demolition of the existing buildings for the construction of a three-storey building to provide self-contained residential flats.

A proposal for the Old Oak common centre for the erection of a replacement church building combining church, hall and presbytery and erection of a four storey block containing 12 flats and a three storey block containing 6 flats with parking accessed from Sunningdale Avenue was refused by the council.

Ealing Redevelopment - Worried about CPOs?

Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPOs) must also be taken into account by buyers wishing to purchase a home in the area. CPOs can play a vital role in bringing forward land and delivering regeneration projects; many projects cannot not proceed without the use of compulsory purchase powers. Local Solicitors, with experience Conveyancing in Ealing, can advise purchasers at an early stage about any plans for their land or dwelling to be compulsorily purchased.

For more information about Conveyancing in Ealing, contact Fridaysmove on 0330 660 0286.