Last Chance to Give Your Views on Plans to Transform Old Oak and Park Royal

View the scheme online and respond before consultation ends on March 31

There is still time to take part in a public consultation asking Hammersmith and Fulham residents for their views on plans to transform Old Oak and Park Royal as part of a huge development.

The consultation runs until March 31 and is the first opportunity for H&F residents to help shape the future of Old Oak and Park Royal. There are several ways residents can find out about the plan and provide comments, including drop-in sessions, face-to-face workshops, online, by email and by post.

The plans could result in 25,500 new homes being built and creation of up to 65,000 jobs, all centred around a new railway station built to serve both High Speed 2 (HS2) and Crossrail and handling 250,000 passengers a day.

The consultation is being run by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), which was created by the Mayor of London in April 2015 to oversee the scheme.

" These plans include a comprehensive transformation of the Old Oak area which would have a large impact on H&F residents, so it is important they make their views known," says Cllr Andrew Jones H&F Council’s Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Regeneration.

" We would prefer this development was overseen by the borough councils whose land and residents will be affected, but without that direct control we will be fighting hard to ensure it will include affordable housing and job opportunities for local people.

" We urge our residents to use this consultation to add their weight to that cause."

The local plan includes details of how and when the area will be transformed, key elements of the site and planning policies for future development.

This consultation, on the future of the entire Old Oak area runs separately to the 'Old Oak Park' consultation, which is also currently open to the public and which relates specifically to the site belonging to Cargiant. It is one of several developments that comprise the OPDC’s overall vision, each of which would be required to meet the criteria set out in its local plan.

You can provide comments on the Local Plan for Old Oak and Park Royal online, by tweeting using the hashtag #opdclocalplan, or by email.

Alternatively you can post written comments to: 
Local Plan Consultation, OPDC, City Hall, Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AA.

Find out more about the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation and view the plans online on the corporation's website.

Map showing the boundary of the area of Old Oak which is to be transformed. A high resolution version of the map can be found here.

Residents who live in around the boundary of the eastern part of the area shown in the map above, and would be interested in joining an Old Oak Neighbourhood Forum can contact the St Quintin and Woodland Neighbourhood Forum by emailing .


March 21, 2016