St Andrews Park, Uxbridge

Allen Pyke Associates have been involved with the redevelopment of the ex-MOD site RAF Uxbridge, known as St Andrews Park, at every stage, from the outline planning application through to overseeing construction works on site.

The scheme was consented in 2012 and comprises approximately 1,400 residential units, a theatre, offices, several retained buildings a town square, podium decks, retail, a school and a new District Park.

This is a complex site and there were significant constraints and opportunities to consider. Partially designated as Green Belt, it is bisected by the River Pinn and contains several listed buildings and structures. There are areas of mature woodland, badgers and bats and it is crossed by a Public Right of Way.

The intention was to create a vibrant, thriving and attractive place which sits comfortably within its context and enhances the neighbouring areas. In addition to the new District Park, one of Greater London’s largest new publicly accessible green spaces to be delivered for many years, the masterplan also had to incorporate sustainable urban drainage features, play areas and public realm.