Site of the Week: Middlesex Business Centre

Fri 28th March 2014, 12:11 pm

At Sitematch London on 2 April, delegates from Ealing Council will showcase a development opportunity in Southall - the Middlesex Business Centre.

The area as a whole has the potential for 6,000 new homes and 3,000 new jobs.

The council has published a draft version of the Southall Opportunity Area Planning Framework (OAPF) to ensure Southall’s full development potential is unlocked. Public consultation on this closed on 5 February 2014.

The OAPF identifies key development sites for housing, employment, transport hubs and public spaces.

Southall has traditionally had a strong industrial economy with many well-established businesses, and its industrial estates continue to perform well, offering homes to many household names.

One exception is the Middlesex Business Centre, located just south-east of Southall station, which has never been fully occupied.

The potential redevelopment of the Middlesex Business Centre as a mixed use scheme providing employment space, housing and amenities like a hotel and supermarket adjacent to the new Crossrail station is an exciting prospect.

The council is keen to facilitate this by assisting with the assembly of adjacent sites if necessary.

On 2 April 2014 at Sitematch London, Ealing Council will be represented by Pat Hayes, executive director, regeneration and housing, and Noel Rutherford, director of built environment.

To secure your meeting with Ealing Council, join Sitematch London today.

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