Demolition has begun at the Green Man Lane estate in the London borough, ahead of construction in early 2015 for phase two’s 187 homes.
Detailed planning permission was granted by Ealing Council in autumn 2013 for 126 private sale and 61 affordable homes.
Designed by Conran & Partners, the overall regeneration will deliver more than 700 new homes once complete together with community facilities.
The second phase is due for completion in 2017 and plans for a third and fourth phase are in place, with a further 400 homes, community facilities and an expanded local school expected on site by 2020.
Phase one, completed earlier this year, provided 176 apartments and houses.
A2Dominion regeneration director David Price said: “The Green Man Lane regeneration is transforming a run-down 1970s estate that was previously blighted by overcrowding, crime and antisocial behaviour.
“The plans for phase two comprise a range of one, two, three and four-bedroom properties, including over 20 homes for wheel-chair users. Work will also start on building a new public pathway to provide a direct link from the south to the north of the development.”