HG Construction at Minavil House site in Alperton HA0.

HG Construction at Minavil House site in Alperton HA0.

19.03.2021
Minavil House construction site from the Grand Union Canal.

Minavil House construction site from the Grand Union Canal.

19.03.2021
HG Construction at Minavil House development in spring 2021. The 27-storey building will contain new homes, office, café and supermarket space.

HG Construction at Minavil House development in spring 2021. The 27-storey building will contain new homes, office, café and supermarket space.

15.03.2021
Minavil House development by the Grand Union Canal in Alperton. View from across the canal next to 243 Ealing Road development.

Minavil House development by the Grand Union Canal in Alperton. View from across the canal next to 243 Ealing Road development.

15.03.2021
Minavil House development on Ealing Road.

Minavil House development on Ealing Road.

8.11.2020
Minavil House under construction.

Minavil House under construction.

September 2020
Minavil House under construction on the corner of Ealing Road.

Minavil House under construction on the corner of Ealing Road.

July 2020
Minavil House development by the canal.

Minavil House development by the canal.

June 2020
View to Minavil House development site and construction from across the canal next to 243 Ealing Road.

View to Minavil House development site and construction from across the canal next to 243 Ealing Road.

March 2020
Minavil House development on Ealing Road across the road from Alperton Station.

Minavil House development on Ealing Road across the road from Alperton Station.

March 2020
View to Minavil House development from Ealing Road.

View to Minavil House development from Ealing Road.

March 2020
Minavil House development on Ealing Road

Minavil House development on Ealing Road

September 2019
Clarion Housing, R55, HG Construction at Minavil House site.

Clarion Housing, R55, HG Construction at Minavil House site.

September 2019
Minavil House development site in July 2019.

Minavil House development site in July 2019.

July 2019
Minavil House CGI by FAL Architects

Minavil House CGI by FAL Architects

Design and Access Statement by FAL 2016 at r55group.com

Minavil House

Address:
Ealing Road, London HA0 4EL
Area:
Alperton
Local Authority:
Brent
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
March 2022
Flats:
251
Viewed:
7421

Description of Minavil House

Minavil House is a residential-led mixed-use development in Alperton, London HA0.

The 27-storey 110m tall building will accommodate new homes, office, café and supermarket space.

New Homes:
215 homes will be for Shared Ownership and 36 for affordable rent.

More than 90% of the homes will be affordable.

Retail:
17,000 sq ft food retail store at ground level.

The Minavil House scheme includes around £8m of grant funding from the Greater London Authority (GLA).

Transport
The site is across the road from Alperton Station.

History

2019 January - Planning permission for the demolition of existing two-storey commercial buildings and erection of a mixed-used development ranging from ten to twenty-six storeys in height, comprising 251 residential flats (83 x 1bed, 136 x 2bed and 32 x 3bed), 1,942 sqm retail food store (Use class A1) on the ground floor, 622sqm of office space (Use Class B1) on the first floor, 634sqm retail floorspace for flexible use as cafe, bar or restaurant (Use class A1, A4 or A3) at lower ground floor and ground floor level; together with associated vehicular access, car and cycle parking spaces, bin stores, plant room, landscaping and private and communal amenity space, subject to Deed of Agreement under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended, dated 18/01/2019. Brent Council ref. no. 16/2629.

Neighbouring Buildings
Alperton Bus Garage across Ealing Road.

Connected Companies

Developer:
Architect:
Main Contractor:

Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Alperton Underground Station
Piccadilly
Alperton Station - 1 min. walking / 45 metres
245, 487, 224, 297, 483, 79, 83, N83

News: (1)

Colliers International’s London Planning team has secured a resolution to grant planning permission for the redevelopment of Minavil House in Alperton, London Borough of Brent HA0.

Colliers International secured permission for the proposal which accommodates new homes, office, café and supermarket space across 27 floors. The scheme includes 251 new homes of which a minimum 92% will be affordable and will create some 118 new Full Time Equivalent jobs in leisure, office and retail. It represents and an investment equivalent to £150m through construction alone to the local economy.

The scheme has already been referred to by the Greater London Authority as an exemplar development and shortlisted for Regeneration Project of the Year at the London Construction Awards.

Peter Mahoney, CEO of R55 Group, commented:

“We’re delighted that the Borough has resolved to grant permission for the redevelopment of Minavil House, at the heart of the Alperton Housing Zone. Our firm specialises in regeneration, unlocking complex sites and facilitating the delivery of exemplar developments. This scheme is no different and construction is due commence in November 2017. We’re looking forward to achieving similarly exceptional results, with the same insight and expertise, on other sites in the Borough and elsewhere.”

Jonathan Manns, Director of Planning at Colliers International, added:

“Whilst claiming the mantle of ‘tallest building in Brent’, this is more than simply another London tower. The proposal symbolises what can be achieved through a pragmatic and constructive approach to constrained sites. Despite accommodating a supermarket, café, office space and new homes on a site of only 0.47ha, it gives space back to pedestrians and creates access to the Grand Union Canal. It illustrates the art of the possible and establishes a new standard for high-density development.”

Nick Francis, Director of FAL Architects, said:

“Alperton has been overlooked and neglected despite enjoying huge potential. Achieving exemplary design has been key from the outset with the quality of accommodation, both internally and externally, essential to the building’s success. We’re confident that, in conjunction with public realm enhancements to create a “sense of place”, this development will play an important role in branding the area as one in which to live, work and play for generations to come.”

06/06/2017 16:00 by Buildington

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