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Leadbitter wins on £196m London housing deal

Catalyst Housing and Leadbitter have been chosen to deliver a 904 home regeneration project in Southwall worth £196 million.

Ealing Council has chosen the duo to build new homes for social rent and shared ownership as well 427 homes for outright sale through development arm Catalyst By Design.

Plans for the Havelock estate include:

  • 904 new homes, including 372 homes for existing tenants, 105 shared ownership and shared equity properties and 427 new homes for outright sale
  • Purpose built homes for older people
  • Improvements to the local area including new park areas, and landscaping along the canal to increase the amount of public open space.
  • A community ‘hub’ close to the canal, providing a community centre, shops and café.

Leadbitter group chief executive Bob Rendell said: “Leadbitter is delighted to be supporting Ealing Council in the redevelopment of the Havelock Estate. Working in partnership with Catalyst we will be able to deliver not only much-needed, high-quality homes, but further benefit the people of Southall and the local community by offering training and employment opportunities.

“We are extremely excited to be working with Catalyst and Ealing Council in the creation of a fantastic new neighbourhood for the residents of Havelock.”

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