King's Court by Acorn Property Group

King's Court by Acorn Property Group

September 2020
23-31 King Street development in Acton, London W3. CGI by architect Life-U Design.

23-31 King Street development in Acton, London W3. CGI by architect Life-U Design.


King's Court

23-31 King Street, London W3 9LA
Local Authority:
Mixed use

Description of King's Court

23-31 King Street is a mixed-use development in Acton, London W3.

Acorn London is creating 26 new high-quality homes and 551m2 of commercial space.

Designed by architects and interior designers Life-U Design, the development will include a new build element which will be integrated with the existing building. The existing block will be upgraded and refurbished to meet the latest energy efficiency standards. Key features will include large terraces and balconies, floor-to-ceiling glazing, green roofing, copper cladding, as well as underfloor heating, energy saving lighting and solar panels. The new properties will offer studios, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and have been designed to appeal to local families, students and young professionals.


2018 April - Planning permission granted for:
Construction of a third, fourth and fifth roof level extension and part four and five storey rear extension (following demolition of the existing three storey rear extension) for the creation of ten self-contained residential units; 440.5sqm of retail floorspace (Use Class A1); 68sqm of flexible use floorspace (Use Class A1, A2 or B1a); cycle and refuse/recycling storage. Acton Post Office 23-31 King Street Acton London W3 9LA. Ealing Council 173577FUL.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Acton Central Rail Station
Acton Central Rail Station
King Street
207, 218, 266, 427, 440, 70, E3, N11, N207, N266, N7

News: (1)

Acorn London has been granted planning consent by Ealing Council for a 2,220m2 scheme on King Street comprising twenty-six homes and 551m2 of commercial space, which could include offices or a gym and retail space.

Planning consent for the project was granted by Ealing Council on 25th April 2018.

Work will start later this year with completion expected in mid-2020.

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30/04/2018 11:23 by Buildington

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