Welcome to the consultation website for proposals for the Perivale Tesco petrol station and a section of the store car park.
The revised application for the Wiltern has been submitted to LB Ealing and has now been validated. The reference number for the application is 200534FUL.
Amro Real Estate Partners are consulting about bringing forward plans to provide new, high-quality rental homes in Ealing. The site is the Tesco petrol station and a section of the store car park, and the plans would produce much-needed housing for the local area.
280 Build to Rent Homes
Around 280 Build to Rent homes, comprising studio, 1, 2 and 3-bed apartments, including an affordable housing provision that will be agreed with Ealing Council.
Art Deco Architecture
A high quality Art Deco architectural design celebrating the context of the Hoover Building.
Professionally Managed Rental Housing
The Wiltern will be managed by Amro Living, with the Amro team present on-site 24/7.
Amro held their first round of consultation events on 29th November and 1st December 2018.
Having taken on board feedback for the previous scheme, Amro are pleased to announce revised proposals for The Wiltern which feature a significantly lower building and a development with a reduced density overall.
Amro held a second round of consultation events to show the community the revised proposals on January 10th and 11th 2020.
If you were unable to attend the second round of consultations, you can find the display boards below.
Press Release - 10.01.20
Outstanding Development to Enhance Perivale’s Iconic Hoover Building
An innovative development proposal that will enhance the setting of the historic Hoover Building as well as providing much needed new and affordable professionally managed rental homes is being presented to the public today.
AmroLiving want to replace the petrol filling station to the north of the Tesco’s car park with an outstanding new Art Deco style building, designed by award winning architects HTA.
AmroLiving have engaged with local residents, stakeholders and Ealing Council and have significantly reduced the height of the proposed building following these discussions, resulting in the proposed building no longer being visible behind the Hoover Building from the opposite pavement to the southside of the A40.
Two exhibitions explaining the fresh designs will be open to the public at the Royal Nawaab, Hoover Building 7, Western Avenue, UB6 8DB today (Friday 10th January) between 4 pm – 8 pm and tomorrow (Saturday 11th January) between 10 am – 2 pm.
Phone: 020 3174 2018
Post: Freepost COMMUNITY FEEDBACK