Developers Apply To Build 21 Flats At Conduit house

Parade of shops and restaurants could be under threat again

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An application has been made for planning permission for a five-storey block of 21 flats at 309 Chiswick High Road.

Conduit House, which is in a parade of shops which currently includes Domino's Pizza, a UPS postal delivery base and restaurants, is to be demolished as part of the application.

A developer had appealed against a prior refusal of permission.

The parade recently lost Yupa's Thai, which moved to Grove Park, but the other businesses remain open while Domino's Pizza is expected to move at the end of December to the Authetic Fat Boy thai restaurant premises.

DTZ Investment Management appealed the refusal.

The application states: Details submitted pursuant to Condition 10 for demolition of existing building and erection of five storey building at 309-317 Chiswick High Road providing a total of 21 residential units (6 x 1 bedroom, 13 x 2 bedroom, 2 x 3 bedroom) 395sqm of commercial floorspace together with basement car parking and landscaping


October 22, 2017

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