Green Light For Perivale Housing Development

Council give go-ahead to A2Dominion for new flats on land next to A40


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Building work has started on land previously the home of
'Starvin Marvin's' diner next to Western Avenue in Perivale.

The site on the Southern side of Central parade has been vacant for the last five years since the diner closed and had fallen victim to repeated fly tipping.

Fifty-seven new 'affordable' homes 1,2 and 3 bedroom flats are to be built there after local housing provider A2Dominion was given the green light from Ealing Council. 29 of these new builds will be earmarked as London Affordable Rent and the remaining for 28 shared ownership, in an attempt to support first-time buyers onto the property ladder.

Construction started in January 2020, with completion expected in March 2022.

Danny Lynch, Director of Land and Development at A2Dominion said: “This new site is another great example of bringing affordable homes to Ealing.

“For over 50 years we have played a role in helping to develop communities across the borough through providing and managing new homes. The Western Avenue development will help to bring back to life a key site within Perivale that has remained unoccupied for some time.

“Schemes like Western Avenue are made possible through our commitment to reinvest all of our profits back into providing affordable housing. Through this scheme we are contributing up to £120,000 of our own surpluses for each of the 29 London Affordable Rent properties being built.”

A2Dominion say the 100% affordable scheme contributes towards the Mayor of London’s housing programme and is in line with A2Dominion’s commitment to build on vacant brownfield sites in sustainable urban locations. They currently manage 3,500 properties cross Ealing, and plan to build 980 new homes in the borough over the next four years, with 450 of these set to be 'affordable'



February 26, 2020


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