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Perivale is a suburban residential town along the A40 with a significant industrial employment area at its centre and adjacent to important green spaces.

There is an opportunity to intensify green buildings, business and jobs in the industrial area and create a better relationship with Bilton Road town centre.  

Strengthening public transport access and active travel routes to Greenford (to the west), Alperton and Wembley (to the east) and Ealing (to the south) is key to improving the area for residents and workers. This includes safer and more attractive walking and cycling routes across the areas, including along the Grand Union Canal. 

Perivale’s most famous landmark is the iconic art-deco Hoover building that fronts the A40.The town benefits from being well-connected on the central line, enjoys good proximity to high-quality green spaces and its local shopping parades provide local amenities and a small range of community, education, and leisure facilities. 

Key Opportunities

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Improving experience along key retail parades

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Intensifying green industrial buildings, businesses and jobs

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Improving active travel connectivity

Key Strengths

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A concentration of valuable industrial land

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Adjacent to key green spaces

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Engaged community

Key Connectivity

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