Park Royal Partnership today launched its consultation document on the regenerating Europe’s largest industrial estate.

PRP launched its masterplan for the 28.5 acre northwest London industrial estate this morning in conjunction with Design for London and Transport for London.

The plan is set to focus on improving the road network and public realm, particularly around transport hubs such as London Underground stations North Acton, Park Royal and Harlesden.

The partners did not set out a timetable or budget for the proposals. Discussions will now start with the London boroughs of Ealing, Brent and Hammersmith & Fulham about which parts of the masterplan to adopt.

Alan Coates, chair of the Park Royal Partnership, said improving the estate’s public realm is crucial to its long-term future.

‘Park Royal is one of the most important industrial areas in London and one of the most successful in Europe. The poor quality and confusing public realm poses a realm threat to the area’s future,’ he said.