About us


Cargiant own the site at Old Oak Park, the largest in the Old Oak and Park Royal area and are an important member of the local community.

Old Oak Park is the current home of Cargiant and the Hythe Road Industrial Estate; the land is 47 acres and includes much of the land north of the Grand Union Canal towards Willesden Junction.

Cargiant has been in the area since 1985 and is the biggest landowner in the regeneration area and a major employer, directly employing 800 people as well as helping to support a further 2000 jobs in the local community.

Cargiant are actively looking at sites to relocate to, but are committed to staying in west London, serving its existing customer base and retaining the current staff that are integral to the success of the business.


London & Regional Properties

London & Regional Properties is the development and delivery partner for the project. They bring an experienced team with an outstanding track record for creating successful new places and communities.

London & Regional Properties began in 1987 and has grown consistently over 25 years. Today it is the largest privately held property company in the UK. Their long term approach to investment and developments adds value and creates destinations where people want to live, work and visit.


PLP Architecture

PLP Architecture is led by a group of partners including Lee Polisano, David Leventhal, Karen Cook and Ron Bakker, who formerly were in charge of KPF’s London office for over 20 years.

Together, this team was responsible for a series of innovative designs in many of the major world cities, and which have been recognised by many honours.

The studio is working on projects across a range of sectors in China, Europe and throughout the Middle East, including the design of a number of signature buildings as part of Doha’s New Port Masterplan on behalf of the Government of the State of Qatar. Its recently completed office project, named The Edge, for Deloitte in Amsterdam and on behalf of OVG Real Estate, has recently been accredited the world's most sustainable office building by the Building Research Establishment, the global assessor of sustainable buildings.

Projects in London include an office development for Grosvenor above Crossrail’s station at Bond Street West; the collaborative design of The Francis Crick Institute, a national biomedical research institute at St. Pancras in Camden for six of the world’s most influential scientific organisations; and Nova, Victoria, central London’s last major urban redevelopment area, which is being led by Land Securities and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. PLP Architecture is responsible for the masterplan and designs for three new office buildings with restaurant and retail facilities.

Research and residential buildings for Imperial College London and Voreda as part of the college’s first new campus for over a century at Imperial West in West London will contribute to London’s role as a centre for world-class research and commerce.



Infrastructure and engineering


Waterman Group

Environmental Impact Assessment