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Development Infrastructure Funding Study, Old Oak Common

Connecting the UK

  • London, United Kingdom

    London, United Kingdom

Undertaking a study to understand future infrastructure requirements

Old Oak Common is a new super-hub rail station set to be the United Kingdom’s best-connected network, with services to the midlands, Scotland, and the North as well as access to Central London and Heathrow via Crossrail. The new connections will fundamentally alter the future economic geography of the area—with that in mind we were asked to undertake a Development Infrastructure Funding study at Old Oak.

Collaborating with JLL and Gardiner & Theobald as sub-contractors, the study uses the vision as a starting point and provides a greater understanding of the scale, type, costs and funding of infrastructure required to support the proposed level of development at Old Oak. The study aims to help London seize a major growth opportunity that is opening due to infrastructure investment at Old Oak Common.

We have looked in detail at the infrastructure requirements needed to support homes and jobs at development areas around the stations, and how that infrastructure can be paid for. Our work focused on creating viable development opportunities at High Speed 2 (HS2) stations and looked to leverage what can be achieved when public sector investment creates rising land values, which can then be used to deliver socially positive change for both new and existing communities.

At a Glance

  • GLA
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Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
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Keith Mitchell, Director of Transport and Place

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Amanda Forsyth, Stakeholder Engagement and Consultation Consultant

Effective stakeholder engagement is key to any project and vital to achieving the best possible outcomes for both project and community.
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Keith Mitchell

Director of Transport and Place

Amanda Forsyth

Stakeholder Engagement and Consultation Consultant

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