The website forms part of the public consultation on our plans and is your opportunity to have your say and help shape the proposals before we submit a planning application to London Borough of Ealing.
Once you have had a look at the information on this website, let us know what you think by completing the online feedback form. We will compile a consultation report based upon your comments within a Statement of Community Engagement that will accompany the planning application when it is submitted.
If you have any further questions, please email our community consultation company: email@example.com or call 0207 457 2058.
The 1.32HA Boston Road site, which is currently occupied by Wickes and Nissan, is on the northern end of Boston Road and features in the London Borough of Ealing’s local plan.
Our proposal is to regenerate this brownfield site and provide a residential-led mixed use development. There will be approximately 284 new homes. Affordable units will be 35% of the development, split 60% affordable rent to 40% shared ownership. We would also provide new shops, commercial units, employment opportunities, and improvements to public areas.
The new commercial space will be smaller shops with individual frontages. However, both Wickes and Nissan are currently considering whether to remain on the site following any redevelopment.
There will also be a total of 84 car parking spaces and circa 460 cycle parking spaces as part of this development.
A2Dominion is a not-for-profit housing provider with over 36,000 homes in management across London and the South East. The Group has a unique approach to housebuilding, generating profits for a social purpose instead of for shareholders, with millions of pounds reinvested each year into building much-needed affordable homes and supporting local communities.
A2Dominion is proud to work in Ealing. We have been providing homes in the borough for nearly 70 years, with 3,500 homes in management and more than 700 in development. We are currently seven years into a long term regeneration of the Green Man Lane estate, which will provide new homes and community facilities, including a primary school, to the local area.
ARCHITECT: Assael Architecture
PLANNING CONSULTANT: RPs CgMs
ECOLOGY / BIODIVERSITY: Middlemarch Environmental Ltd
DAYLIGHT STUDY: Point 2
TOWNSCAPE / HERITAGE ANALYSIS: VBud
LANDSCAPE: Turkington Martin
NOISE / ACOUSTICS: KR Associates (UK) Ltd
AIR QUALITY: GEM
CONSULTATION: Instinctif Partners