Final Phase Of Lionel Road Residential Scheme To Be Unveiled

Public Exhibition of plans for homes near new Brentford Stadium site

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A public exhibition on the proposals for the final residential phase of the Brentford Community Stadium development the Duffy site, will be held on Tuesday, 4 December at the Duffy Site office, Lionel Road South, from 3-8 pm.

The new development has not been without controversy as local amenity groups objected to the perceived over-development of 910 homes in order to finance the stadium.

EcoWorld London, together with development partner Brentford Football Club, is hosting a public exhibition on the proposed detailed designs for the Duffy site .

The site received outline planning permission for 275 homes across three blocks in 2014.

Detailed designs for this site are now being brought forward and you are invited to submit your views on these before a planning application is submitted to the Hounslow Council in the New Year.

This is your opportunity to:
Find out about the designs.
Meet members of the project team.
Ask any questions you may have and share your feedback.
Catch up on progress on the construction of the new stadium and first phase of homes.

You can access the exhibition via the site entrance on the left hand side of Lionel Road South, if coming from A205 Chiswick High Road. Lionel Road South is open to pedestrians only and there will be no parking available.

If you are unable to attend the exhibition and would like further information,
please get in contact via email

Material from the public exhibition will also be available via the dedicated website from Tuesday 4 December.

The original stadium as approved was then quietly amended last December to make it Premier League and Premiership Rugby compliant and reducing the proposed capacity from 20,000 to 17,250. London Irish have been granted a licence to play at the stadium although the commercial ground-share agreement with BFC has yet to be agreed.

Construction of the new stadium has already started earlier this year, with the aim of completing by late 2019 or early 2020.

November 30, 2018

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