Joint venture between Vistry & Ealing Council

Volume housebuilder, Vistry have gone into a joint venture with Ealing council, to deliver nearly 500 new homes and council offices, which will include 50% of affordable homes, including rental and shared ownership.

The development will involve the demolition of Perceval House, which is Ealing Council’s existing offices and car park, to allow for new, smaller offices to be built, a library and 477 new homes. The scheme which is split between six building is awaiting final sign of from the mayor of London & Housing ministry, after gaining approval from the council’s planning committee.

Matthew Taylor, managing director of Vistry Partnerships London Developments, said the approval followed an extensive period of engagement and consultation, where the firm met with more than 1,800 members of the local community.