A New Urban District in the Making at Old Oak West

Gort Scott is pleased to be working with OPDC on Old Oak West, alongside a team of consultants including engagement consultant Soundings.

With the help of the local community, OPDC is now developing the emerging principles for how Old Oak West should take shape. These principles will also help inform new planning guidance for Old Oak West. Old Oak West is made up of land surrounding the proposed Old Oak Common Station, Willesden Junction and North Acton. The regeneration will focus on key former industrial brownfield sites, most of which are in public-sector ownership.

In March 2023, all local residents, businesses and community members are invited to a series of co-design workshops – PlaceLabs - to help shape the future of Old Oak West. These workshops will provide an opportunity for us to listen to your views and to explore how we can jointly create a new urban district that truly reflects local needs and aspirations.

Old Oak West will be a place for everyone, with affordable, quality homes, jobs for the future, community facilities, well-connected transport links and a healthy environment. OPDC’s goal is to make Old Oak West a zero- carbon regeneration, built for climate resilience and sustainability.

Please visit our website for more information and to sign up to receive the latest updates on Old Oak West: consult.opdc.london.gov.uk