Hill partners with Ealing Council to create over 200 new homes in west London
We’re proud to be partnering with Ealing Council on an exciting new project in West London, which will see the creation of over 200 new homes across the borough.
It’s often said that London’s public sector land could be the key to creating much needed new homes across the Capital, with the London Land Commission estimating that up to 130,000 homes could be built on underused public sector land. And it’s the same for the rest of the country too, with the government planning to release enough public sector land to build a further 160,000 new homes across Britain in the next five years.
But realising these numbers requires local authorities and housebuilders to work together to make the most of underused land, and to think creatively about how we deliver new homes.
That’s why we’re partnering with Ealing Council to create new homes at a number of small sites across the borough, such as former garages that are no longer needed. Some of the sites are small enough to produce just two or three dwellings. By taking on all of the sites at the same time, Hill and Ealing Council are making even the very smallest sites viable for housing.
The new homes will be located at a number of sites across the borough and will provide a mixture of both affordable and private sale homes, including a number of large family and wheelchair accessible properties, as well as new landscaping and amenity spaces.
For more information on our work with local authorities, contact our Development team at [email protected].