The Mill Hill Park Conservation Area in Acton, London W3 covers an early garden suburb, the Mill Hill Park Estate, laid out in the 1870s by two famous father-and-son builders, both called William Willett.
The Mill Hill Park Residents’ Association was established in 2004 when many residents came together to oppose the loss of a public park adjacent to the Conservation Area. Since then, the Association has grown from strength to strength and has helped build a real sense of community and pride in the neighbourhood.
We aim to improve our amenities, preserve and protect the environment, and celebrate and conserve our buildings for their architectural and historical interest. We also meet regularly for social events.
Help improve our environment
Join our regular litter picking sessions to help clean Mill Hill Park and streets and green spaces nearby. See Regular events.
Membership of the Association is open to all residents in the Mill Hill Park Conservation Area in Acton, London W3. The Conservation Area covers Mill Hill Road, Avenue Road, Avenue Crescent, Avenue Gardens, Heathfield Road and 63-70 Gunnersbury Lane.