EPR was commissioned to develop a masterplan for the former Honey Monster cereal factory site in Southall, providing in excess of 28,000m² of industrial-focused creative employment space and 1,997 new homes. Within this role EPR led and coordinated a multidisciplinary design team including Levitt Bernstein, AHR and PRS.
The former industrial site, which forms part of the Southall OAPF, provides a significant and unique opportunity to deliver an ‘exemplar-in-design’, mixed-use neighbourhood. The consented scheme combines new homes with a significant employment intensification including a creative filming hub and well-connected public realm which celebrates the presence of the historic canal.
The site’s proximity to Southall’s new Crossrail station, combined with the opportunity to improve local bus services and cycle ways, ensures that people living and working in Quayside Quarter are remarkably well-connected to the employment and business opportunities in west London, central London and beyond.
Client: Galliard Homes | Services: Masterplanning; Architecture | Size: 1,997 homes; 28,000m2 employment space