Welcome to Old Oak Park
Old Oak Park is a regeneration project being led by Cargiant and London & Regional Properties.
We are part of the vision for Old Oak Common – a vision that will transform a vast swathe of industrial land into a thriving new part of London, supported by the Mayor of London and the local Boroughs.
Watch our latest video from July 2016 which provides more detail on our masterplan and character areas.
Watch our second video from January 2016 introducing the evolving masterplan.
The 46 acre Old Oak Park – currently home to Cargiant – is the largest privately owned site in the area, the first which could come forward for development and is central to unlocking the opportunity of Old Oak Common.
Old Oak Park is going to be an exceptional new piece of London. It will deliver up to 6,500 new homes, support up to 8,000 new jobs and create opportunities for local people to access them, including a new London Overground Station and new connections to the surrounding communities.
It will have great schools, fantastic parks and an incredible canal-side environment, including a multi-use canal basin.
At its heart will be a 200m viaduct, creating permeability under the rail tracks and an impressive Central Square complete with local markets and activity space. In addition to the central square will be a fascinating cultural quarter, bringing people from across the UK and even the world, as well as various open spaces and retained historic buildings.
This is one of the most important developments in London for a generation and we are committed to delivering this vision.
We had our first consultation in December 2014 and then again in June and July 2015. In January 2016 we launched our third exhibition which starts to respond to the results of our ongoing engagement with the local communities, presents our progress developing a Masterplan and explains how we intend to ensure that local people benefit from these changes.
Following overwhelmingly positive feedback and constructive feedback from three previous phases of consultation, the more detailed Old Oak Park proposals now include and number of new elements including; a new canal basin making the water more accessible, more open space and larger parks for everyone to enjoy, and retaining the 1940’s Rolls Royce Building as a hub for start-ups and growing businesses.
In July 2016 we launched our fourth on this latest vision for the site and continue to welcome your comments ahead of a submission of our outline planning application later this year.
You can download materials from our previous consultation in the Consultation section of the website.
We want to hear your views. Click here to respond to our consultation or get in touch with the team.