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Levitt Bernstein gets go-ahead for £80m South Acton development

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Levitt Bernstein has secured planning permission to design 308 new homes as part of the ongoing estate regeneration project in South Acton

The firm is designing a range of homes, from one bedroom apartments to four bedroom maisonettes.

The scheme is the £80 million sixth phase of the 21 stage Acton Gardens masterplan, which includes schemes by HTA Design, Alison Brooks Architects, and Maccreanor Lavington.

Last November, Stitch also won planning for 246 new homes as part of the huge overhaul of the 1960s South Acton housing estate in west London.

Some 1,800 properties will be replaced with 2,500 new homes, with around 3,660m² of social and communal facilities. The project is being backed by Countryside and L&Q.

Barry McCullough, director at Levitt Bernstein, said: ‘This phase is central to the whole Acton Gardens masterplan and will create a new focal point for the local community. We’re looking forward to contributing to the transformation of this part of west London.’

Plans also include a community centre, youth club, health and nursery facilities, office space, café and retail space.

In addition, there will be a new public square framed by these communal facilities. Other aspects include a water feature, public art, a children’s play area and an urban park.

Construction will start later this year, with some buildings and the community space expected to be completed by autumn 2018. 

4  Acton Gardens masterplan

4 Acton Gardens masterplan

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