22 February 2018

The latest phase of the St. Andrew’s Park regeneration project has been marked with a ceremony to celebrate the topping out of the new residential blocks.

Representatives from leading regeneration developer St. Modwen attended alongside colleagues from lead contractor Galliford Try, based in nearby Cowley, marking the event by laying a ceremonial block with a trowel.

The £90m development is the latest instalment in the project which has seen the historic RAF Uxbridge base transformed into a thriving new community with a total of 1,300 new homes, a new public park and commercial facilities. This stage includes the construction of a further 249 homes spread over four blocks which will be offered in a range of ownerships and tenures.

Matthew Pool, Galliford Try London and South East Managing Director, commented: “We are delighted to be able to invite our stakeholders onto site to see the excellent progress we have been making on this exciting regeneration project. Being part of the creation of a new community such as this is extremely rewarding for all involved, particularly when it is in our own backyard in Uxbridge.”

Tim Seddon, Property Director – South East for St. Modwen added: “We’d like to thank Galliford Try and all the contractors for their work on the successful delivery of this phase of the project. These four apartment blocks are an important addition to the availabililty and accessibility of homes in the area. We are looking forward to the further phases and other key milestones in the delivery of St. Andrew’s Park