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Southall development sees old garage dealership transformed into affordable homes

06 February 2018

Network Homes has signed its first agreement with Galliard Homes to build 52 new apartments for shared ownership in Southall, West London.

The planned scheme will regenerate the site of an old Honda dealership in Merrick Road and provide much needed homes for those looking to get on the housing ladder. This new apartments, due to be completed in July 2020, will be close to the Southall Crossrail station, which will begin running services to central London (17 minutes) and Heathrow (8 minutes) from May 2018.

Southall has been identified as a key opportunity area for housing growth and regeneration by both Ealing Council and the Greater London Authority. This project is one of a number of schemes that Network Homes will be bringing forward in Southall and Ealing as part of a strategic partnership with the Greater London Authority (GLA) to deliver 1,752 affordable homes in London by March 2021.

David Gooch, Commercial Director at Network Homes, said: “We’re really pleased to be working with Galliard Homes for the first time to take this scheme forward. Through this exciting development and other nearby projects Network Homes is helping to support the ongoing regeneration of Southall as well as provide much needed affordable housing.”

Jonathan Morgan, Director of Investment and Developments at Galliard Homes said:  “We are thrilled to be working with Network Homes to develop housing for Southall and look forward to further opportunities to assist in the regeneration of this vibrant corner of London”


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