Furious row breaks out over Old Oak ‘cock-up’

A major landowner in west London has clashed with the Greater London Authority over the future of the £26bn Old Oak regeneration scheme. Car processing and retail plant Cargiant has called for a public inquiry into the area’s regeneration plans, which it claims are an “unprecedented waste of public money”. The west London locale, between Harlesden and East Acton, is home to the city’s biggest regeneration project. Cargiant has launched a scathing attack on the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), the regeneration agency set up to manage the project by former mayor of London Boris Johnson in