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The opportunity is running out for buyers to secure themselves a house in one of West London’s most exciting new neighbourhoods. Just three townhouses remain for sale in the West Park Quarter phase at Acton Gardens, Acton, W3 by Countryside, where buyers stand to gain the financial benefits of purchasing in West London’s newest most sought after postcode. 


Interior design is key to marketing a new show home, in order to inspire and showcase the best a development has to offer. Purchasers dreaming of a contemporary new home with the wow factor should take a look at the newly launched überhaus show home at Acton Gardens, W3 by Countryside and L&Q.

Purchasers dreaming of a perfect Christmas snuggled up in their new dream home, surrounded by family and friends enjoying a glass of mulled wine and opening presents by the Christmas tree, should hurry along to Acton Gardens, Acton, W3 by Countryside and L&Q. 

The bright lights of New York City boast a wide appeal for property hunters, with high-rise apartment buildings housed within stunning architecture, tree lined avenues and traditional garden squares.

The Green Flag Awards are a benchmark for parks and green spaces in the UK, awarded to only the best maintained green spaces in the country*. Boasting an impressive 16 awards, Ealing is one of the leafiest boroughs in London. Located in a prime spot to take advantage of this award-winning green haven, Acton Gardens, a joint venture between Countryside and L&Q, offers the ultimate urban living without sacrificing on a natural environment. 

With mounting evidence highlighting that access to green and open spaces can have a strong positive effect on an individual’s happiness, and can even reduce stress*, latest statistics from estate agents Marsh and Parsons show that disappointingly under a third of London properties have a balcony, terrace or communal garden.

According to recent figures released by the Office for National Statistics, London has the fastest growing rental prices in the UK, with the average city dweller now spending 57% of their monthly wage on rent*.

The transformation of Acton Gardens in West London, a joint venture partnership between Countryside and L&Q,  won the Regeneration Award and a Project Award at the prestigious Housing Design Awards on Monday 11th July for West Park Quarter (phase 3.2) a key part of one of the largest estate regeneration projects in Britain.

A far cry from its humble origins as quarters for stables and staff, nowadays the mews house is a highly desirable property type in its own right and has never been more popular. The modern take on the mews house offers flexible living accommodation for those who want a home with a traditional feel but 21st century luxury. At Acton Gardens in South Acton W3, a joint venture between Countryside and L&Q, a collection of 13 mews and townhouses houses are being created, reimagining the mews design to create homes of modern elegance and luxury specification.

The transformation of South Acton in West London received an extra boost last week when planning permission was granted for Phase 6 to create 308 new homes, extensive community facilities and public open space as part of the £600m Acton Gardens development. 

The fifth phase of new homes is now underway at the award-winning Acton Gardens development in West London. This latest phase of the regeneration scheme, delivered by joint venture partners, Countryside and L&Q, is the first to include a significant proportion of build-to-rent properties, designed to meet demand from London’s growing army of private renters.

For TV Producer Gemma Davies (29), buying a property in Fulham where she currently rents with friends could have meant more than doubling her monthly outgoings to purchase a smaller property in the same area.

With property prices in London set to increase by 5% this year according to the RICS*, the new Help to Buy London scheme, which is set to launch on 1st February 2016, will benefit aspiring ‘Generation Rent’ homebuyers and struggling second steppers in the capital.

London paramedic, Malcolm Ritchie, is excited to be moving into his first home thanks to the Government’s Help to Buy scheme. The Help to Buy scheme has already helped 130,000 people get onto the property ladder since it launched in October 2013, and for Malcolm it was a dream come true after years of saving.

The baby boomers continue to play a major role in the current housing market, with the downsizing trend sweeping the generation. In a recent survey, Lloyd’s Bank found that fifty-two per cent of the UK’s prospective purchasers are in search of a smaller property[1].

Progress on the award-winning Acton Gardens development in West London is steaming ahead, with planning consent now granted for Phase 7.1 and construction currently underway across another four phases of the £600m regeneration scheme, which is a joint venture between Countryside and L&Q.


According to a recent survey by DSJ Research, around 75 per cent of Britons feel that it is important to get to know their neighbours with many of the respondents citing that being part of a local community made them feel safer.

With London’s status as the premier world city being enhanced daily, the West of the city is seen by many as the place to be. According to the West London Alliance’s West London Vision for Growth report, the area is classed as the UK’s second most populous and productive city[1]. Enjoying a prime location within West London, Acton has also been described in the UK Polling Report as an affluent family area with strong transport links into central London[2].


With the UK’s cycling population almost reaching nine million, cycling is now the third most participated in sport, according to an independent sports research firm[1], with one fifth of the participants riding at least once a week. Featuring communal cycle storage within each apartment block, Acton Gardens, W3, a joint venture by Countryside and L&Q, has been created with cycling enthusiasts in mind.

When thinking about certain features and aspirations for a new home, size is a key priority, according to the latest independent research by leading developer, Countryside. 85 per cent of respondents cited size as a priority when considering a new home, and was deemed most important when buying a house in your thirties. 


Recently revealed statistics has highlighted Acton, W3 as being one of the top areas along the Crossrail line for opportunities of growth, with house prices predicted to rise 48% in the next five years[1], making this area ideal for investment.

Thanks to its success as one of the largest residential regeneration schemes in London, there are only a selection of one and two bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom überhaus™  

By purchasing a one bedroom apartment at Acton Gardens, a joint venture between Countryside and L&Q, Sabina Hasanli (29), has made renting in Vauxhall a thing of the past and reduced her monthly expenditure by around £500.

Thanks to the highly anticipated arrival of Crossrail in 2018, Acton has been highlighted by Rentonomy, the property letting website, as one of the top three areas in London to purchase a property to buy-to-let.   

Acton Gardens is redefining stylish living in Acton, W3 with a luxury collection of überhauses at Liberty Quarter. The visionary redevelopment of the old South Acton estate by Acton Gardens LLP — a joint venture between Countryside and L&Q - is bringing new levels of design brilliance to the area.

The current price of a two bedroom property in Chiswick has now reached a total of £559,063 according to property portal Nestoria . This pushes the area of Acton W3 firmly into the spotlight, as prices for a two bedroom apartment at Liberty Quarter, just under two miles away from Chiswick, amount to £430,000.

For travel around central London nothing beats the tube for convenience, but the revamped London Overground line has made it much easier to get around the corners of capital without having to travel through Zone 1. Across London, homebuyers are benefitting from the improved links provided by this new outer orbital railway.

Acton Gardens, the joint venture being undertaken by Countryside and L & Q has wowed the judges at the Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2014.

The second phase of Acton Gardens, the ambitious regeneration of the South Acton estate in West London by Countryside and L&Q has officially launched.

Planning permission for the next phase of homes at Acton Gardens, the exciting regeneration of the South Acton estate in West London by Countryside and L&Q, has been agreed by London Borough of Ealing. Consent for the application for phase three was granted recently by LB Ealing’s Planning Committee with a unanimous vote in favour of the scheme, which will deliver 240 new homes, 45% of which will be affordable.

Chiswick and Acton are 'Chalk and cheese' west London neighbours. The former is a gentrified inner suburb with tree-lined avenues and a riverside mall, while Acton is a sprawling urban mishmash, carved up by train tracks and busy roads and lacking any real sense of community.

Acton Gardens LLP, a joint venture partnership between Countryside Properties and L&Q, has celebrated the completion of the first homes at Acton Gardens, London W3, with the unveiling of a plaque by Ealing Council’s Leader, Cllr Julian Bell. The first 167 homes are now occupied and a new community is starting to take shape. The building of the second phase of the project started on site earlier this month.

The ambitious regeneration of the South Acton estate in West London by L&Q and Countryside Properties has got off to a flying start: all the apartments at Acton Gardens, the first phase of the ten-year scheme, have been snapped up. The collection of 80 one, two and three bedroom apartments sold out in just 10 months.

With strong sales and good visitor levels the housing market has been buoyant in 2013 at Acton Gardens, the development by Countryside Properties and L&Q in London W3, and the introduction of Government’s major new Help to Buy scheme is expected to add further to the development’s popularity.  

Acton Gardens is a dynamic new development of spacious and contemporary 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments overlooking beautiful South Acton Park in W3, it is proving very popular with ‘savvy’ buyers, with over 70% of homes in the first phase already sold and a new release now available.

As part of Ealing Council’s area, Acton’s regeneration is well underway with a key focus being the transformation of the South Acton Estate.

If you need a mortgage to purchase a new home at Acton Gardens then now is a great time to visit the Marketing Suite. The good news for buyers is that many lenders have reduced their mortgage interest rates in recent months.

This overlooked district is catching up with its chic neighbours.

Countryside Properties and L&Q have launched for sale the first selection of new apartments at Acton Gardens, in London W3.


Acton Gardens, Bollo Lane, Acton, W3 8QT