See The New Plans For Pitzhanger Manor

Public consultation has resulted in some changes

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There have been changes made to the planned restoration of Pitzhanger Manor and residents are invited to hear about the new proposals.

The project will include renovation work to restore the Manor back to its former glory and the addition of a new cafe and wedding/event venue, within the walled garden, detached from the house.

There will be the chance to view and discuss the revised plans with the project team, architects and members of the Pitzhanger Manor Trust on October 17th.

In April 2012, Pitzhanger Manor was awarded a first-round development grant of £275,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to conduct surveys, consultation and to develop plans to restore Sir John Soane’s historic country home. A further bid of £4 million will be made towards the end of 2013 to carry out the restorations, with an announcement expected in March 2014.

Leader of Ealing Council and member of the Pitzhanger Manor Trust, Councillor Julian Bell, said:

“I'd like to thank those who contributed to the public consultation, providing feedback on the proposed plans for Pitzhanger Manor. The project team and architects have worked tirelessly to further develop the plans and are pleased with the current designs.

“I encourage local people to come along on 17 October to view the latest designs and discuss them with the project team and architects.”

The event will take place at Pitzhanger Manor, Mattock Lane, Ealing, W5 5QT, from 6.30-8.30pm on 17 October. All residents are welcome to attend, however places are limited. Please email to reserve your space.

Subject to planning permission and all of the funding being approved, work on Pitzhanger Manor is due to start early in 2015.

For more information about the meeting, please contact Claire Cooke, outreach officer on or phone 07711 425 979



3rd October 2013









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