SHARE YOUR VIEWS ON THE FINAL PART OF ST. ANDREW’S PARK
VINCI St. Modwen (VSM) is developing proposals for the final phase of St. Andrew’s Park, located in the area to the west of the site.
In March VSM held a community event to share the early redevelopment proposals. VSM received lots of great ideas for the site and the team is now considering these as part of the design development stage.
Please click the link below to find out more about the emerging proposals. We’ll be in touch with the Uxbridge community later this year and there’ll be more opportunities to share your views before a planning application is submitted to Hillingdon Council.
A new community of 1,300 contemporary homes built on 170 years of history in a stunning parkland setting right on the doorstep of Uxbridge town centre with easy access to Central London, Heathrow and the motorway network.
The development will include:
- Up to 1,340 new homes in a parkland environment
- Private rented, affordable and retirement homes
- New primary school
- New public park
- Offices and hotel
- Theatre and museum
RESPECTING THE HERITAGE
170 YEARS OF HISTORY
The former RAF Uxbridge base is rich in military history. The Grade II listed mansion, Hillingdon House which is being refurbished as part of the development, forms the focal point of the site. It was originally built in 1717 but was destroyed in a fire with the present mansion built in its place in 1844. In 1915 the British Government purchased the estate, at which point it became a military hospital.
By 1917 a Royal Air Force station, was established within the grounds of this impressive building. In World War II it became the site of the famous Grade I listed Battle of Britain Bunker – the home of fighter command No. 11 Group from 1939 to 1958.
The Bunker remains as a museum and an important visitor centre.
A BETTER FUTURE
As well as creating a thriving community of new homes surrounding a new park, VINCI St. Modwen is delivering community and social benefits for all.
CONTRIBUTING £8.6m towards local education
CONTRIBUTING over £3m towards local highways and transportation
Land TRANSFERRED to Hillingdon Borough for a Battle of Britain Bunker museum and visitor centre
Land TRANSFERRED to Hillingdon Borough for a new primary school
St. Andrew’s Park respects its heritage to educate and
nurture future generations.