Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.


[Reposted and updated] Terry Farrell's Old Oak Common video (why is Hammerson and 'London Communications' too incompetent or ashamed to make a Brent Cross one?)

Link above for video and links
on 'London Reconnections' web site

"The run-down area will see 12,000 new homes and 40,000 jobs in Hammersmith and Fulham, if the Department for Transport (DfT) approve its high-speed rail (HS2) plans in December.

"It would result in a new transport hub and major interchange station linking Great Western and West Coast mainlines, Crossrail, Bakerloo and Central underground lines and Heathrow Express as the HS2 travels from London to Birmingham in just 49 minutes.

"A major regeneration of the area, dubbed 'Park Royal City', designed by world-renowned architect Sir Terry Farrell would revolutionise one of London’s poorest areas."

(These are somewhat fanciful short-distance light-rail routes;
'Stonebridge Park to Kensal' is maybe 'on-street-running', and
the other route may be 'segregated', partly on viaduct.
These may link to the 'North and West London Light Railway'!)

A 'Brent Cross Coalition' study of the Old Oak Common area is on our Transport page.

Link to
"Old Oak Common: 'Our circles are bigger than your circles, Hammerson".

April 2013 Update:

Possible Boris Development Corporation

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