Planning reference203275FULR3
Date received17 August 2020
DescriptionDemolition and redevelopment of Council offices and car park
Proposed useCouncil HQ and Customer Service Centre, library and residential with ground floor commercial
Size of siteTotal: 1.36 ha
Residential: n/a
Number of buildings4
Commercial floor space1,299 m2
Building height(s)B01-B04: part 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 22, 24 and 26 storeys
B05: part 9 and 10 storeys
B06: part 10 and 11 storeys
B07: 8 storeys (Council offices)
Number/type of housing units477 flats
Studio18 (4%)
1 bed194 (40%)
2 bed258 (54%)
3 bed7 (2%)
Type of housing tenure
London Affordable Rent (35-45% of local market rents)70 (15%)
London Living Rent (65% of local market rents)45 (9%)
Discount Market Rent (80% of local market rents)111 (23%)
Private 251 (53%)

Lead campaign group:
Save Ealing’s Centre

Latest news:
5 October 2020: Historic England Advice on Planning Application
8 February 2020: Perceval House Development Plans: 2nd Public Exhibition
8 August 2019: Perceval House Redevelopment

Bird’s eye view of the development from Uxbridge Road
View from the south of the multi-height building (Blocks B01-04) (without the other two residential buildings and Council offices crammed on to the space in front). Note the heights relative to the houses in Craven Avenue to the left.
Dwarfing the Grade II listed Town Hall: view of the development from Uxbridge Road