London developers to introduce 300 flat housing project in Acton this week

By Cesar Medina

29th Apr 2024 | Local News

Barratt London’s 300 home Royal Gateway development in Acton will launch on 1 May 2024 (credit: Barratt London)
Barratt London’s 300 home Royal Gateway development in Acton will launch on 1 May 2024 (credit: Barratt London)

Developers, Barratt London to launch new housing project that will see 300 new homes come to Acton, Ealing.

North Acton is set to undergo huge regeneration over the coming years, with £26 billion earmarked for its future as part of a wider 1,600-acre regeneration masterplan - the largest of its kind in the UK.

The project dubbed, Royal Gateway, will see developers bring 300 new one, two and three bedroom homes to W3.

Barratt London is launching off-plan sales for its latest project in the area from 1 May with first completions due in 2026.

Flats will consist of private, affordable rent and shared ownership homes. These will include 10 exclusive penthouses which will launch at a later date.

The development will create three private roof terraces with views of the capital, concierge, gym, residents' lounge and play areas Barratt London says.

Royal Gateway is set across six red and buff brick buildings, reaching up to 16 storeys.

Architects Allies and Morrison have designed most of the apartments to offer dual aspect and all courtyard facing homes are surrounded by green open spaces.

In a nod to the development's title, each building will be named after a different gem cut – including Emerald, Marquise, Peruzzi, Magna, Navette and Mazarin.

An artist impression of Barratt London's Royal Gateway courtyard (credit: Barratt London).

This car-free development has been designed to have a minimal impact on the environment the developers say.

It will feature a communal site-wide high temperature Air Source Heat Pump system and include more than 500 ground floor bike parking spaces.

Barratt London says prices for Royal Gateway will start from £450,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and from £600,000 for a two-bedroom apartment. 

Joseph Antoniazzi, Sales and Marketing Director at Barratt West London, said: "Acton is one of London's most well-connected spots, with a plethora of fast transport links that will only be boosted once Old Oak Common opens.

"Royal Gateway will build on an already vibrant community, providing a diverse range of housing options for everyone from first time buyers to families.

"With the potential for good capital growth and high rental demand for investors, we anticipate strong demand for new homes when we launch off-plan in May." 

It has also this month exchanged contracts to acquire a major brownfield regeneration site at Asda Park Royal within the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporate (ODPC) jurisdiction.

The land transaction is one of the developer's largest deals in two years, with the proposed masterplan anticipated to deliver approximately 1,500 new homes (including c.500 affordable), a new flagship Asda superstore, retail, cafes, restaurants, workspace, health and wellness facilities, a significant podium garden and high-quality public realm. 

For more information visit www.barrattlondon.com.  

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