The Project Team

Taylor Wimpey – Developer

Who we are

In 2007 George Wimpey and Taylor Woodrow merged to form Taylor Wimpey. We are proud of the home building and construction heritage of both companies, which dates back more than 100 years.

What we do

We build and sell over 10,000 homes each year. We also make a positive contribution to the communities in which we work by developing infrastructure and making financial contributions to local authorities.

Working with us

Working with others benefits us all and is at the heart of a successful and sustainable development. We aim to be the land buyer and residential developer that everyone wants to deal with.

TP Bennett – Architects

Taylor Wimpey has appointed TP Bennett as its architect to design the proposals for 679 High Road.

TP Bennett is a London based architectural, urban and interior design practice which is dedicated to designing high quality homes and buildings. The firm has won a number of prestigious awards for their work, including multiple projects across London.

Ealing Filmworks – Case study

TP Bennett is currently working on a mixed-use development in Ealing for 209 apartments, 8 screen cinema, retail and restaurants.

The site is heavily constrained, straddling two conservation areas within Ealing town centre. Through careful engagement with stakeholders we developed a masterplan that responds to each of these conditions individually whilst maintaining a coherence centrally where all of the buildings converge on the main square. Our proposals create direct links to surrounding streets, following local policy guidance. This improves permeability and connectivity within Ealing town centre and allows us to create an exciting mixed use destination within this new town square.

Exterior Architecture – Landscape Architects

Exterior Architecture is an award-winning team of creative and innovative Landscape Architects. They work on a range of projects including master planning, public realm, green spaces and infrastructure, mixed use and residential developments, leisure, and resorts.

Friary Park, Ealing – Case study

Exterior Architecture worked on the landscape maseterplan for Friary Park in Ealing. Focusing on the variety of activities, characteristics and spaces experienced in a park, they this applied to the design of the public realm and inspire the programming of the wider landscape.

A key principle for the redesign was to reduce the need for car access and prioritising pedestrians, including the pedestrianisation of Friar’s Walk, in order to establish a useable, programmable, high quality public realm within the heart of the site. They used Transport for London’s ‘Healthy Streets’ & ‘people first principles’ to put people’s health at the heart of decision marking.