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Old Oak and Park Royal

The Old Oak and Park Royal area is set to undergo a huge transformation. Under the Mayor of London’s proposals, it will see the development of 25,500 new homes and 65,000 new jobs over the next 20-30 years. Old Oak and Park Royal will become a major transport hub and interchange, as the only place where High Speed 2 meets Elizabeth Line (formerly known as Crossrail), creating super-fast links in and out of the area.

Transport hub

Proposed transformation

Transport hib

Transport hub

As part of the wider regeneration plans for Old Oak and Park Royal, plans are in progress for a new major transport hub where HS2, Elizabeth line and Great Western Main line meet.

Business development

Business development

The regeneration of the 640 hectare site will provide plenty of growth opportunities, with 65,000 new jobs expected to be created over the next four decades.

New homes

New homes

By the time the new major interchange train station opens in 2026, it’s expected that around 9,555 new homes will have been built or at least underway, with 25,500 homes being built overall.

Cllr Tatler

Why invest in Old Oak and Park Royal

“If your business needs high speed connections to the Midlands and north West, national links to the west of the country and quick access to the heart of the capital, the Old Oak Park Royal area is definitely the place for you. With homes for 60,000 people being built in the area, there’s plenty of opportunity for your business on your doorstep too.”

Councillor Shama Tatler
Lead Member for Regeneration, Highways, and Planning

Transport and logistics from Old Oak and Park Royal

Transport hub

Transport hub

Served by Stonebridge, Harlesden, Willesden Junction, Hangar Lane and Park Royal train stations, ( London Overground, Bakerloo, Piccadilly, and Central lines), a new Old Oak Common train station will also connect the area to Elizabeth Line (formerly known as Crossrail), HS2 and Great Western services.

Road routes

Road routes

By road, the Old Oak and Park Royal redevelopment area is conveniently located near the A406 North Circular Road, with access across north London and the A40,leading onto the M40, the Midlands and the west.

International logistics

International logistics

The world is at Old Oak’s doorstep with Heathrow just 30 minutes away – perfect for businesses looking to take off. Luton airport is 45 minutes away, and for those not keen on flying, the Eurostar international terminal at Kings Cross St Pancras is 29 minutes away.

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