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 where High Speed 2 meets Crossrail, creating super-fast links in and out of the area.

The 640 plus hectare development site, which spans the three boroughs of Brent, Ealing and Hammersmith and Fulham, will be the largest regeneration site in London and will be overseen by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), with input from the authorities, residents and businesses. 

The OPDC is the local planning authority for the area and will therefore determine planning applications within the site boundary.

Brent council supports the growth opportunities, new homes and jobs the regeneration will bring but we want to make sure that local residents and businesses benefit fully.

We will seek to ensure that local residents, businesses and groups are fully engaged by the OPDC and will make sure that local views are heard throughout the planning and development process.

Read more information or follow @oldoakparkroyal on Twitter to keep fully updated.

If you have any enquiries please contact the OPDC at info@opdc.london.gov.uk or call 020 7983 5732.


Old Oak and Park Royal in 3D: 10 – 14 October 2016

Old Oak and Park Royal regenerationFind out what’s happening at Old Oak and Park Royal – don’t miss your chance to see for yourself.

Come along and take a look at the 3D model showing the plans for Old Oak and Park Royal; the interactive model shows how the areas will change.

Where: Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ

When: 10 to 14 October, 9.30am - 5pm each day

A representative from the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) will be on hand to answer all your questions.

To find out more about OPDC visit: www.london.gov.uk or https://twitter.com/oldoakparkroyal


January 2016

The OPDC is currently consulting on a ‘Local Plan’ which will set the rules for how the area will develop over time.

The consultation will run until 31 March 2016. Read more