Proposed Redevelopment of
The White Hart Hotel & Pub
White Hart Roundabout, Northolt UB5 5AX

Images of the existing rear fly-tipped yard and the front of the pub showing boarded up windows to keep squatters out.

The White Hart Public House is a derelict Grade II listed building in Northolt in need of urgent redevelopment. It has a history of publicised antisocial behaviour and squatting and has become a dumping ground over the years.

Legend Property Investments Ltd have put together a site regeneration proposal. At the core will be the restoration and re-opening of the White Hart with a heritage led and community focused scheme, comprising a pub with hotel facilities and new public spaces.

Key Elements of the Scheme

Following feedback on previous proposals and further engagement with the GLA, Ealing planning officers and local councillors, we have developed a reduced scale, heritage led and community focused scheme.

Heritage led community focused proposal comprising a pub with multi star hotel facilities, retail areas and new public spaces. Aims to bring back to life the White Hart Pub, restoring and enhancing the Listing Building as the core of the site.

Provide publicly accessible amenities: a new public square, pub and restaurant terraces and multi-purpose spaces for community activities. Engage with the surroundings, complementing the existing context and street scene with a pedestrianised link to the shopping parade.

Serve as a place-making generator for the community to kick start the regeneration of the area. Mitigate measures of antisocial behaviour associated with the site and improve the pub's reputation.

Provide local employment and community life associated to the pub and the new hotel, restaurant and retail uses.



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