Alperton regeneration projects
Alperton Community School
Alperton Community School (ACS) is next the Alperton Station on Ealing Road.
This school has been redevelopmed through the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP). The project is being led by the Education Funding Agency (EFA).
This school has been redeveloped through the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP). A new 9FE secondary opened in September 2017.
Alperton public realm project
Alperton Public Realm Project comprises two phases, Alperton Underground Station forecourt and the stretch of Ealing Road in front of Alperton Community School.
The project will improve the quality of the public space outside Alperton Station and Alperton School and create a safe and attractive space for all users, it will reduce existing conflicts between vehicles and pedestrians and revitalise this end of Ealing Road allowing the high street to improve its business offer and attract new investment.
TfL, in partnership with Brent, have recently appointed a designer to develop proposals for this space.
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Alperton underground station refurbishment project
Alperton Underground Station is being refurbished by Transport for London. This project is one of 10 pilot station upgrades being delivered by the Transport for London.
The refurbishment of Alperton station, a classic 1930s Charles Holden design, will be designed to restore the heritage shop fronts and reconfigure the retail space within the station.
The Council are liaising with the NHS Brent Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to determine appropriate locations and sizes of new healthcare facilities in the area which can be secured through the planning process.
Affordable workspace has been secured through S106 agreements in several of the developments that have secured planning permission. The first of these spaces to be occupied will be 243 Ealing Road, where Artist Studio Company will be managing 1,000 sqm workspace and offering creative studio spaces with a priority for local residents.
The Council are working with Canal and River Trust to improve access to and along the Grand Union Canal.
The Canal and River Trust have recently completed improvement works to the towpath along the south of the canal, widening the path where possible and resurfacing it to make it a shared space for both pedestrians and cyclists.
An area wide Transport Assessment has been commissioned by the Council to understand the cumulative impact of new development on the transport network. This will help the Council determine what improvements to existing infrastructure is required as development comes forward, including junction improvements, increased bus frequency in the area, and better pedestrian and cycle access to Alperton and Stonebridge stations.