How does the future look for Ealing Broadway?
Residents and stakeholders urged to have their say in making change
Shoppers and residents all have a view on where Ealing town centre is going wrong. Now they have a chance to help put things right!
Arcadia developer Glenkerrin is holding an exhibition over the weekend which includes a range of proposals for central Ealing. New homes, new frontage for Haven Green and wider pavements are amongst the plans.
The plans will be up from 10am till 6pm on Friday and 10am till 4pm on Saturday on the ground floor of the Arcadia Centre.
Here’s how the developer describes plans on its website: “Glenkerrin's aim is to create a new public square in the centre of the site from which several urban streets will radiate thus improving the urban grain and pedestrian permeability.
“Animated with 51 new shops and seven cafes, restaurants and bars - the proposal brings the public domain into the heart of the development. Above retail the developers are proposing approximately 850 residential apartments, together with a small amount of commercial space. The combination of all these different uses will ensure that the new public spaces will be safe and lively 24-hour environments. It is intended that these buildings will work as a cluster but also have individual architectural character creating architectural variety across the 1.78 hectare site.”
March 8, 2007