Ealing Council is planning a major programme to restore and develop Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor House & Gallery. The grade 1 listed manor house is regarded as an architectural treasure and was designed and owned by the revered British architect Sir John Soane.
Walpole Park is a 12-hectare public park and is included in the English Heritage Register of parks and gardens of special historic interest, grade 2.
In July 2011 the council was awarded £2.4million by the Heritage Lottery Fund to help restore and preserve some of the park’s historic features. The funding will be used over the next four years to support the council’s commitment to protect and re-grow some of the park’s original trees and plants.
In April 2012 HLF awarded a first round pass and development grant of £275,000 to Pitzhanger Manor. The funding will be used over the next 18 months to conduct surveys, consultation and activities and develop the proposals.
Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery consultation
View the building proposals for Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery and consultation results.
Walpole Park restoration
View the restoration plans
Pages in Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor
- You are here: Introduction
- Project updates
- The vision
- Overall project aims for Walpole Park
- Pitzhanger Manor Trust
- Upcoming events
- Getting involved
- Park history
- Heritage trees in Walpole Park
- Archaeology survey in Walpole Park
- Kitchen Garden
- Art in the Park
- Horticultural apprentice
- Walpole Memories Oral History Project