Conran: Green architecture that raises the spirit of a community

It’s all steam ahead on Conran & Partner’s new green housing project in Ealing.

Back in September C&P were granted outline planning permission for the masterplan and detailed planning consent for phase one of the regeneration of the Green Man Lane Estate scheme which includes 154 new homes, enterprise employment units, new roads and parking spaces, a playspace for children, a community café and an energy centre to provide energy-efficient heating and energy to the new neighbourhood.

A visualisation of the scheme

Paul Zara is leading the project for C&P

“The redevelopment of Green Man Lane is of vital importance both to the area and to the people that live there. The opportunity to provide high quality homes for the current residents alongside new homes for sale and rent is a great responsibility and one that we have taken very seriously. We want this to be outstanding architecture that raises the spirits of those who live there. Our aim is to set new standards in Ealing and create a place where people will be proud to be a resident.”

It’s all about the people: residents, neighbours and other stakeholders have worked for over a year with the regeneration team to help shape plans for the project, giving their input into a range of areas including design, community regeneration and neighbourhood management.

The regeneration team also includes local housing provider A2Dominion and developer Rydon.

All in all a great team effort. We will be watching the developments with interest…

Read more about it on Conran & Partners website

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2 responses to “Conran: Green architecture that raises the spirit of a community

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