Enjoy a smarter, connected life
Regency Heights stands tall and proud in the heart of the UK’s largest regeneration project, Old Oak and Park Royal. This is where you can have all you love about London living in an up and coming, well-connected location.
Out and about in Park Royal
You’ll discover shops, a gym and more on your doorstep, while slightly further afield are the fashionable neighbourhoods of Ealing and Chiswick, with their gastropubs, restaurants and bars. Should you get the urge for some retail therapy, Westfield London will soon satisfy it.
Getting around couldn’t be easier, even before the nearby Crossrail and Old Oak HS2 stations are finished, with quick access to the Underground (Zone 3), the road network and Heathrow Airport. Reaching local schools is equally as simple with ‘Good’ Ofsted-rated ones within walking distance, and several ‘Outstanding’ schools a short drive away.
Park Royal gives you the space to escape
Regency Heights also offers the perfect balance of city life and the great outdoors. Close to home are many beautiful green spaces, ideal for walking, running and cycling – or just relaxing in.
Below you will find the specification for your chosen development. This includes general specifications about the home you are looking at, as well as more specific sections such as the Kitchen or Bathroom area. These may vary across different developments.
The local area section shows you useful information specifically set within a local proximity to your chosen development. This ranges from things to do, local amenities, school options and transport links.
Good shops, great restaurants and plenty of options for entertainment are right on your doorstep at Regency Heights. But there’s more to this part of North London than you might first think. The area’s name was originated in the early 19th century, when the Royal Agricultural Society opened showgrounds as exhibition sites for the society’s annual show. There have also been two grounds here for Queens Park Rangers FC between 1907 and 1915, as well as being a location for a Guinness brewery. So not only are these new homes in Park Royal a great place to call home, but it has an interesting back story too.
Families with children will appreciate the Ofsted rated schools close to home. Kindervine Day Nursery (rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted) is 13 minutes away on foot. For primary age children, they can choose from West Twyford Primary (‘Good’, approximately 11 minutes’ walk), Vicar’s Green Primary (‘Outstanding’, less than 10 minutes’ drive) and Montpelier Primary (also ‘Outstanding’, around 10 minutes by car). There is an ‘Outstanding’ rated girls’ secondary school - Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls - around 10 minutes’ drive south from Regency Heights. If you decide to opt for independent schooling, St Augustine’s Priory is a Catholic day school for girls aged between 4 and 18 years, which is around 5 minutes’ drive away.
Shopping / Dining
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