Green Man Lane secures planning for final phase

We are thrilled to hear that the final stage of the multi-phase Green Man Lane regeneration scheme has received planning permission from  London Borough of Ealing. The project is being developed by Green Man Lane LLP, a joint venture partnership between Real Places and A2Dominion Group.

John Rowan and Partners, Executive Director, Mash Halai commented. “Not only is the project located a stone’s throw from our offices but it’s a project that is close to our hearts as we’ve been involved in its delivery since 2008.

“We’re all very pleased to see the final stage of the project achieve planning permission. For many members of the team, it’s been the longest regeneration project they would have ever worked on, so to start working on its final stages will be an exciting prospect, not to mention the physical and social transformation that’s already clear to see.”

To date, John Rowan and Partners has been acting as joint venture adviser, employer’s agent, cost consultant, principal designer (CDM), asbestos consultant, site inspector and party wall surveyor.

This final phase of the regeneration project will provide 396 new homes, with 49% of them being genuinely affordable and managed by A2Dominion Group. The remaining homes will be developed for private sale by the Green Man Lane LLP to provide cross-subsidy funding for the scheme.

The project is designed to bring together the community through the inclusion of community spaces and a play trail that leads through the centre of the development, connecting residents to the new primary school, landscaped courtyards, community cafe and play areas for all ages.

Sustainability is also a key consideration in the project, with the final phase connecting into the existing centralised energy centre for increased efficiency in heat and hot water for all residents.

The use of combined photovoltaics, green roofs, and high-grade building fabric for improved insulation further demonstrates the commitment to sustainability.

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