Boroughs | Redbridge




Map Key

  • Investment Opportunities
  • Opportunity Areas
  • Area of Intensification
  • Central activity Zone

Town Centres

  • International or metropolitan
  • Major
  • District
  • Borough Boundary
  • Green Belt
  • Metropolitan open land / Other open spaces
  • Rail station
  • Railway track
  • Foreshore
  • Water

Investment Opportunities

  1. One Station Road
  2. 822 High Road

Investment Opportunities

One Station Road

One Station Road

*Area name: 1-17 Station Road (former Bodgers Department Store) & 16-26 Cranbrook Road, Ilford IG1 4DP
* Area postcode: IG1
* Project Owner: Access Self Storage
* Planning status: Approved September 2020
* Completion date: tbc
* Overview (100 words max): Mixed-use development fronting Ilford train station, providing 2,023 sqm of flexible workspace above retail use with a 42-storey tower to its rear accommodating 370 flatted units with the offsite delivery of a further 134 Affordable homes at 539 High Road IG1 1TZ 1.3km to the East.

822 High Road

822 High Road

  • Area name: Development Site at Tesco Extra 822 High Road, High Road, Chadwell Heath, Romford
  • Area postcode:  RM6 4HY
  • Project Owner: Weston Homes PLC
  • Planning status: Planning Committee resolved to grant planning permission on 25.05.21.  Details being finalised for stage 2 GLA referral.
  • Completion date: Anticipated – September 2030
  • Overview (100 words max): The redevelopment of Tesco Goodmayes will provide 1,280 new homes with a mix of tenure and size, a range of private and communal amenity spaces accessible to all future residents, a large replacement retail store, three-form entry primary school, improved integration with the surrounding area, safeguarded land to facilitate a direct link to Goodmayes Station on the southern boundary of the site and a widened High Road to improve sustainable transport routes with an enhanced pedestrian environment.

Redbridge is an outer London borough with a culturally rich and diverse community, acknowledged as a great place to live, with high-performing schools, high-quality green spaces, sports facilities and excellent public transport networks along with relatively affordable housing. The borough is experiencing significant population growth, with five key growth areas identified to deliver a range of new housing, and commercial and social infrastructure. Building on these strengths and opportunities, regeneration will be the key driver for growth in the borough ensuring that the benefits will reach all our communities. We will accommodate our growing population, energise our town centres, support our micro businesses in establishing and growing, create better and healthier places and tackle the root causes of social challenges.


Population projections 2021 307,287

Population projections 2050 383,773


London plan new homes (ten-year target) 14,090

Building council homes for Londoners (four-year programme) 400

  • Fourth fastest growing borough in the country and the third most diverse borough in England and Wales, with a high percentage of the population (64.5 per cent) coming from black or minority ethnic backgrounds.
  • Around 92 per cent of all active enterprises in Redbridge are classed as micro-businesses.
  • 40.6 per cent of the borough is made up of greenspace.

Adrian Harding, Interim Head of Planning and Building Control, LB Redbridge

“We aim to capitalise on the exciting developments and opportunities happening in the borough, most notable being Crossrail and the associated station developments. With excellent transport links, regeneration plans being implemented in Ilford and growth plans across the borough, we aim to boost our local economy and make Redbridge the ideal place for inclusive growth, enterprise, and for businesses to start, stay and grow.”

Cllr Jas Athwal, Leader of Redbridge

  • Transforming our town centres: we will harness the benefits of regeneration and growth in our town centres, making them healthy, safe, prosperous, well-managed and accessible for all. They will celebrate our diverse community by bringing together cultural, leisure and economic opportunities.
  • Creating the right environment for enterprise: we will support businesses to start, stay and grow in the borough, maximising the benefits of our strategic east London location for inward investment and building a strong and sustainable local economy that delivers for local communities.
  • Building new homes for all: we will support the delivery of new homes to meet the needs of our growing community; championing innovative ways to harness the economic benefits of housing growth to support our local residents and businesses.
  • Ensuring everyone shares in our prosperity: we will ensure that local people have better access to employment, skill development and apprenticeships to prepare them for the opportunities generated through investment in regeneration and growth.
  • Enabling high quality spaces and place: we will ensure the delivery of essential physical, social and community infrastructures for our growing population. Our residents will have access to high quality spaces and places that promote civic pride, healthy lifestyles and a sense of wellbeing.