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Stanta secure new project with Mount Anvil

Posted on: 15 February 2024

Stanta secure new project with Mount Anvil

Stanta are glad to announce the recent order secured with Mount Anvil for phase 1B & 2 at the large new Friary Park development in Acton.

Situated near the new Acton Main Line station this is the first project between Stanta and Mount Anvil since the excellent Keybridge house development back in 2018 and we look forward to working with with the team and some familiar faces from that project too. 

Friary Park is an estate regeneration project which is a joint venture in the London Borough of Acton. Catalyst and Mount Anvil are working in partnership to redevelop the area. The redevelopment will deliver around 990 new homes to friary park, with 45% affordable.

The careful design of the new development, in a series of blocks of between three and 24 storeys high, prioritises people over parking, with green open spaces, podium gardens, allotments, an exercise trail and play areas improving the lives of residents. The new homes will be more spacious and well insulated, with economical heating, plenty of natural light and with every home enjoying private outdoor space in the form of a garden, balcony or terrace, as well as access to semi-private green spaces for each block.

The redevelopment will enlarge and improve the shared facilities available to residents. A multi-use games area will be three times the size of current facilities and will include a running track and climbing wall, while the new community centre will be 47% larger than its predecessor. There will be more public green space on the site than ever before, and more than 200 new trees will be planted.

Stanta scope on the project includes the design supply and installation of over 15,000m2 of SFS, Boards, Insulations and more. Stanta have also been awarded the Installation of almost 5,000m2 of Nordan Windows and Doors. 

Work begins onsite in Q2 2024. For more info please visit our projects page.