MHA London has announced the appointment of Allsop and Colliers to market its mixed-use residential-led development, Elthorne Village. Located on Trumpers Way, Hanwell, in the bustling and increasingly popular borough of Ealing, Elthorne Village creatively combines attractive quality residential (Elthorne Place) and commercial use (Elthorne Works) on one site.
This exceptional co-location scheme has been sensitively designed by award-winning Patel Taylor Architects to reflect the site’s industrial heritage, whilst embracing the adjacent green space of the neighbouring park. Planning permission was secured by MHA London for the redevelopment of this long underutilised industrial site in July 2020.
Offering 149,812 sq ft of mixed private/affordable residential space, Elthorne Place will deliver 213 beautifully designed dwellings comprised of 75 one-bedroom, 115 two-bedroom and 15 three-bedroom apartments, along with an additional eight three-bedroom townhouses which will have access to both private and communal amenity space. Underground parking is also included at 0.5 spaces per residential unit.
Elthorne Works will provide 43,432 sq ft of extensive modern, light and flexible workspace, with the opportunity for an incoming purchaser to possibly benefit from the new Class E ‘Commercial Business and Service’ use class which covers a wide range of uses including: retail, financial and professional services, cafés and restaurants, offices, health centres, nurseries and recreation to name a few.
With a guide price of £22 million for the entire project, although the residential and commercial elements may be sold separately, the development offers a rare opportunity to acquire a development site of approximately 0.77 hectares with views over Brent River Park and Elthorne Park. The surrounding area comprises a mixture of residential houses and apartments, light industrial accommodation and community parkland while nearby Hanwell, West Ealing and Boston Manor provide an array of amenities including supermarkets, shops, restaurants, bars and cafés.
Hossein Abedinzadeh, Founder of MHA London commented on the sale: “This project offers a rare combination of a fantastic location opposite a park, off-street parking, as well as easy access to both Crossrail and the Piccadilly Line – a truly unique development.”
Andrew Boyd, partner at Allsop commented: “Elthorne Village provides an appealing investment opportunity in a well-established area of west London. With cutting-edge design, excellent transport links, including access to Crossrail services from Hanwell Station and a potential to create a variety of on-site facilities, it represents a compelling offering for investors and developers.”
Andrew White, Head of Residential at Colliers added: “Elthorne Village is located in an increasingly popular part of the capital, with good commuter links and amenities close by. These type of opportunities are rare at the moment and our client has secured a fantastic consent, designed by an award winning architect.”