The Green Quarter
The Green Quarter is a residential development on 88 acres in Southall, London UB1.
The development will provide access to more green space than St James's Park and Green Park combined. Almost half of the 88-acre brownfield site is dedicated to open green space. The Green Quarter will boast 13-acres of parkland, including 8-acre wetlands designed in partnership with biodiversity experts at London Wildlife Trust.
New Build Homes
Studios, suites, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments overlooking 90 acres of Country Park.
Help to Buy available for selected apartments.
Marketing Suite address: 1 Randolph Road, Southall, London UB1 1BL.
A new village on the site of the Southall Gas Works featuring new homes, 500,000 sq. ft. of purpose-built commercial and leisure space. The project will also create new social infrastructure, including a two-form entry primary school and health centre.
Berkeley’s development is one of the largest and most significant mixed-use residential schemes in London and will deliver some 3,750 new homes, along with landscaped parkland and community facilities. The project is expected to take 20 plus years to complete and includes 500,000 sq ft of commercial space, a new cinema, a two-form entry primary school, a health centre and a substantial amount of green outdoor space.
Berkeley is creating a series of footbridges to open up the neighbouring 90-acre Minet Country Park, enabling easy access for the whole community, while 1.2km of towpath along the Grand Union Canal has been reinstated to create a more attractive and enjoyable pedestrian and cycle route.
Each neighbourhood at The Green Quarter will be created by different architects and landscape designers. Waterside, Greenlands, Parkside and Quarter Yard. Masterplan by JTP.
1. Sibley House & Watson House - Parkside
3. Arber House & Edwin House - Parkside 2021
Affordable homes are available through Catalyst. Please see ARRO London.
2021 January - More than 300 homes have been delivered at The Green Quarter, all of which are affordable, and have been offered to existing Ealing residents under either affordable rent or shared ownership.
The scheme is built on an 88-acre brownfield site that was once part of the National Grid Gasworks.
Plans for the first phase include a total of 618 new homes, as well as a portion of the flagship linear park, roads, pedestrian walkways and parking. First homes were completed in late 2018.
Formerly known as Southall Waterside. Renamed in autumn 2020.
Site & Location
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