The new multi-faceted Culinary Quarter is located a short walk from North Acton Station within the Old Oak and Park Royal Masterplan. Celebrating Park Royal’s rich food heritage, the scheme will include space for production, wholesale and the retail of food, as well as innovation suites for tasting, researching and developing. These will wrap around a new public square that will provide a destination for the community and host pop up food, art and cultural events.
To support the creation of the new food quarter offer the development will provide over 40 serviced offices for administration, communications and logistics. These will be located in close proximity to the retail and cultural offer to provide the strongest opportunity for shared benefit from the uses.
Residential accommodation forms a large part of the strategic masterplan. Located above the workplace and food retail in two towers of 35 and 25 floors, standing at 114 metres and 82 metres respectively, this sustainable mix of accommodation will help to establish a whole-life community homes for families, seniors, students and young people and comprise of 376 PRS units. The residential offer is further strengthened by the new sense of place and enhanced public realm.