Broadway Living – the development division of Ealing Council - was established in 2014 to address the lack of high-quality affordable accommodation, including homes for sale, in Ealing. Pioneering in its approach to housing provision, all profits from Broadway Living’s developments of high quality, energy-efficient homes are used to help fund much-needed affordable housing and key services in the local community.
Broadway Living brings together specialist consultants across every aspect of housebuilding who work alongside their Ealing Council partners.
Copley W7 is Broadway Living’s flagship, mixed-tenure regeneration scheme in Hanwell. On completion, it will comprise 554 refurbished social rent homes and over 280 high-quality new homes delivered in different tenures, together with enhanced public areas and new amenities; providing not just new homes to address Ealing’s housing crisis but an improved visual aesthetic.
Such has been the success of Copley W7, Ealing Council is investing £390m in Broadway Living to build 1,500 homes over the next six years.
Comprising a collection of modern one and two-bedroom apartments, all available through the new Help to Buy scheme, Central Square at Copley W7 combines a prime location with a high-quality specification. With easy access to local amenities and open spaces on its doorstep, not to mention quick links into the city from on-site Castle Bar Park train station, Central Square offers the best of outer-city living.
The sleek, open-plan apartments are designed to a high specification with vast windows that create bright living spaces. The kitchens are fully fitted with Zanussi appliances, including a washer/dryer and dishwasher. Every two-bedroom apartment includes an en suite shower room to the main bedroom and in every home, the main bedroom includes built-in wardrobes.
Residents will enjoy plenty of outdoor space; each apartment has its own private balcony and there are communal landscaped gardens for all the residents to enjoy. On completion, the mixed-use scheme will also comprise a playground and community hub as well as a local shop for day-to-day essentials.