Second phase begins at Green Man Lane
Wed 14 January 2015, 3:35 pm
Building work has begun on the second phase of homes at the £155 million Green Man Lane development in west Ealing, which will eventually provide more than 700 homes.
The latest phase will see 187 built, 61 of which are being marketed as affordable. Properties will consist of one, two, three and four-bedrooms, with more than 20 accessible for wheelchair users.
Work has also started on building a public pathway to provide a link between the south and north of the development.
David Price, A2Dominion’s regeneration director, said: “The Green Man Lane project demonstrates our long-term commitment to invest in Ealing, where we already own and manage around 3,500 properties.
“The borough continues to attract new business and investment, and we are delighted to play a part in its ongoing development.”
Plans for the third and fourth phase are in place, with a further 300 homes, community facilities and a new school expected on site by 2020. A community and arts cafe will launch at the development later this year.
A2Dominion is also approaching completion on its £10 million regional headquarters in Ealing this month (January). The Uxbridge Road site will feature 2,800sq m of office space. Staff will move into the building in February.