St. Andrew’s Park

At St. Andrew’s Park, Uxbridge, London – minutes from the Metropolitan Line – we are building a brand-new community amidst 170 years of British history.

Home to a military hospital and a Royal Air Force Station at Hillingdon House, RAF Uxbridge played a crucial role in WWII’s Battle of Britain, where Fighter Command No. 11 Group directed a successful air attack from the bunker that still stands on the grounds today.

St. Modwen and VINCI are working in partnership (VSM) to develop this historic site into a 110-acre mixed-use scheme, featuring 1,300 new houses, a 720-pupil primary school and care home, plus a variety of leisure and office facilities, all set just outside the grounds of London’s brand new 32-acre park.

This unique project combines the best of history and modernity, city buzz and wide-open countryside – and it will help redefine family living in Greater London.


Our housebuilding business, St. Modwen Homes, is ensuring that each of our design-led houses include elements that are proven to enhance wellbeing, such as high, vaulted ceilings and fully-glazed walls, with some properties capturing views directly over the park.

The park itself has been transformed, as VSM has planted 150,000 square foot of wildflowers, 167 new trees, 3,000 new shrubs and herbaceous plants, and created over 7,000 square feet of sports pitches for the community to use. And at the heart of it all, Grade II-listed Hillingdon House will be converted into a beautiful restaurant, bringing Uxbridge’s historical centrepiece back into the throng of community life.