Queensway transformation: GBP3bn overhaul for west London’s ‘ugly sister’ to include foodie pavilions and 350 new homes

Queensway’s transformation plan, estimated to cost GBP3 billion, will see the old “ugly sister” of west London, its souvenir shops and fast food outlets, gone. It could become a foodie paradise. Queensway is surrounded with stunning stucco squares and houses. It is easy to see why it is not more well-known. Queensway will have six new buildings, including Park Modern, which will consist of 52 apartments, three penthouses, and two mews homes at the corner with Bayswater Road. READ MOREFit For A Princess: Rare Flat for Sale in Earls Court Mansion, where Diana lived before marrying Prince Charles. Where to Buy a Home in London: Best-Value Locations Near Elizabeth Line Stations. They will create 350 new homes, 10,000 square feet of office space, 530m refurbished shopfronts, and 500m new shops and restaurants. Five of the eight parades will be regenerated. The Whiteley will include 39 apartments, 20 shops, cafes, and restaurants. Traffic will be reduced to one lane. The project is expected to be completed in 2026.