Chiswick Townhouse Development To Go To Planning Committee

Residents object to new residential development close to the Town Hall

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A proposal to build four six-bedroom townhouses with front and rear gardens at Horticultural Place, near Chiswick Town Hall has been referred to a full meeting of the Hounslow Council Planning Committee for consideration.

Local residents who object to the plan told the Chiswick Area Forum meeting last week that they feared overdevelopment of the area if the plan were to go ahead.

The item was 'called in' for discussion by councillors, who decided to refer it on for decision.

An application for planning permission has been lodged with Hounslow Council which seeks the demolition of an existing car-park and the building of town houses with underground parking. There are currently offices on Castle Row which the developers are seeking to turn into residential development.

The application is for the building of 6 four-bed town houses with private front and rear gardens, cycle storage and basement car park to provide 29 parking spaces and associated cycle and refuse storage.

A small part of the rectanglar shaped site falls within the Turnham Green Conservation Area, and this has implications for the management of trees, some of which are proposed to be removed from the southern side of the site.

You can comment on the proposal by visiting the public notices section of this site and clicking on 'Comment on Notice'.

January 23, 2016

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