Hayes Village Location City: London, UK

Sensitive redevelopment of an existing brownfield site to provide much-needed housing in West London

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Barratts London


Key Info

1,500 new homes, a 1.3km walking trail, 200m running track, the redevelopment of the canal frontage, a new public square, and a footpath to Harlington train station
Under construction

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Redevelopment of a brownfield site

After closing its doors in 2014, the redevelopment of the 30-acre former Nestlé factory is due to significantly revitalise the immediate area. Hayes Village will provide 1,500 new homes to the community and open nine-acres of previously unused green space.

A mix of housing types

The site includes a mix of affordable housing and private for sale, with options of 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom homes. A sensitive approach has been taken to the retention of existing facades where possible along with several new build mixed tenure blocks around elevated landscaped podiums of residents’ exclusive amenity use.

Chapman Taylor joined the Barratt West London team in 2021 as Executive Architect to deliver the scheme.

Extensively landscaped

The site is also extensively landscaped to create a vibrant new community for all, with good transport links to the city centre. This includes a 1.3km walking trail, 200m running track, the redevelopment of the canal frontage, a new public square, and a convenient footpath from the historic green to Hayes and Harlington train station – a key beneficiary of Crossrail.

Rachel Rogerson (BA (Hons), Dip Arch)

Director, 曼彻斯特

Rachel joined Chapman Taylor in Manchester in 2006 and became an Associate Director in 2016. She is responsible for leading the Technical Group and ISO 14001 in the Manchester studio.

She has over 10 years’ experience with particular focus on technical delivery and design management of major projects in the UK and internationally across a number of sectors.

Areas of expertise:

Residential / Leisure / Retail / Delivery / Design Management

Simon Marlin ((MArch))


Simon has played a central role in the delivery of some major Chapman Taylor projects of recent years, including the mixed-use Port Baku Tower 2 in Azerbaijan, the Kampus Build-to-Rent residential scheme in central Manchester and Booking.com’s Manchester Goods Yard office headquarters.

Having studied architecture at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Simon worked for 11 years at Pozzoni Architecture in Altrincham, leading the establishment of their successful London office, before joining Chapman Taylor’s Manchester studio in 2015.

Simon’s technical expertise has been an invaluable element of our successful delivery of complex schemes in the residential, office and mixed-use sectors.

Areas of expertise:

Delivery / Office / Residential / Mixed-Use

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