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Estate Agents in Park Royal

Park Royal is an area in North West London, partly in the London Borough of Ealing and partly in the London Borough of Brent.

The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation was established by the Mayor of London. Approval was granted by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government in 2015. The corporation is responsible for regenerating 650 hectares including the common land area of Old Oak Common and the industrial Park Royal site. Plans are in place for the construction of 24,000 homes in Old Oak, consisting of a mixture of house types and tenures, along with opportunities for a minimum of 1,500 new homes to be built in non-industrial areas in Park Royal. In addition to this, the creation of 65,000 new jobs will stem from the development of the Old Oak Common station and the attraction of new businesses to Park Royal, joined by those who relocate from Old Oak. The aforementioned, along with the addition of a new HS2 and Elizabeth Line station makes Old Oak and Park Royal one of the largest regeneration projects in Europe.

It is already the site of the largest business park in London, but despite intensive existing use, the area is, together with Old Oak Common, intended to become the UK's largest regeneration scheme. This arises from the area's relatively central location and also the strong and improving transport links which include Old Oak Common, HS2 and the Elizabeth line. The scale of redevelopment has led to the Park Royal and Old Oak area being described as a potential "Canary Wharf of West London". It is already home to the tallest residential building in West London known as One West Point.

To the north of Park Royal is Harlesden in the northeast, West Twyford, an outlying area of Ealing, in the northwest, and a Network Rail depot at Stonebridge Park in the far north, which also has London Underground Bakerloo line tracks running through it (and Harlesden station nearby). On the eastern side, Park Royal is bounded by Acton Lane and Park Royal Road. The Central Middlesex Hospital is located here. The Grand Union Canal runs through the middle of the Park Royal industrial estate, with pedestrian access via the towpath and hosts a selection of bars and restaurants.

On the southern side beyond the arterial Western Avenue (A40), which leads to the Hanger Lane Gyratory System, is the Royale Leisure Park, which contains a cinema, gym, arcade and a bowling alley as well as restaurants such as Nandos and Tim Hortons. There is also a B&Q superstore, Tesla and Range Rover Car Dealerships, hotels and other industrial buildings comprising the southern half of Park Royal. Park Royal Underground station, on the Piccadilly line, is located just off Western Avenue. A direct Piccadilly Line train will get you to Heathrow in approximately 40 minutes. To the west of Park Royal is Hanger Hill and the North Circular Road (A406).

Majestic Properties
Refundable Holding depositCapped at 1 weeks rent
Security DepositCapped at 5 weeks rent for annual rental under £50,000, or 6 weeks rent for annual rental over £50,000
RentThe agreed monthly rent
Changes to tenancyCapped at £50 inc VAT
Early termination chargeNot exceeding the landlord’s financial losses
Late payment of rentInterest of 3% above BoE base rate for each day the rent is late, once it is 14 days overdue
Replacement keysReasonable costs or give the tenant the option to purchase themselves
Utilities, council tax, communication services, TV Licence etcTenants own responsibility unless otherwise stated in contract
Client Money Protection Scheme Membership detailsC0137260
Property Redress Scheme Membership detailsPRS008485