We worked in partnership with Queens Park Rangers to deliver Oaklands Rise, the first regeneration site at Old Oak Common in west London, home to the UK’s largest regeneration scheme.
At a glance
Oaklands Rise provides 605 new homes, 40% of which are affordable housing, along with 3,500sqm of office and commercial space which will include a nursery and health facility, extensively landscaped public areas and a new road. The site sits within the Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation area, created to oversee the development of 650 hectares of land in west London.
- Architect: CZWG
- Contractor: Vistry Partnerships
- 605 homes (61 social rent, 45 affordable rent, 76 London Living Rent, 60 shared ownership, 160 market rent, 203 private sale)
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About Oaklands, Old Oak Common
Regenerating Old Oak Common
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) is a regeneration agency and local planning authority created in 2015 by the Mayor of London to capitalise on the significant HS2 and Crossrail (Elizabeth line) investment at Old Oak Common in west London. It is the UK’s largest regeneration scheme, and is expected to create more than 25,500 new homes and 65,000 new jobs over 30-40 years. Oaklands Rise is the first Old Oak development to be approved by the OPDC. The scheme has been developed via a joint venture between Notting Hill Genesis and Queen’s Park Rangers football club.