Flat Proposed At Former Jackson & Rye Site

The premises has been vacant since restaurant closed last year


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An application has been made to redevelop the first floor of the former Jackson & Rye premises into a three bedroom flat.

The High Road branch of the American-themed restaurant closed in July 2018 and has been vacant since then.

An application has been made to Hounslow Council's Planning Department for the flat on the upper floor leaving the ground floor as a restaurant.

The first floor had previously been part of Jamie Oliver's Union Jacks restaurant as well as Villandry and and Ask Pizza and Pasta which had formerly been part of the site.

The proposal is for a first floor, three bedroom flat. The accommodation proposed includes two bedrooms, each with en-suite shower rooms facilities and fitted wardrobes, and a third bedroom with a fitted wardrobe. There is a further family bathroom. In addition, there is a large kitchen area and a separate lounge and dining area which is partially open to the kitchen. The flat will be accessed from the ground floor onto Linden Passage via an existing door.

A local estate agent told us, "Trading is especially tough on the south side of the High Road and this move will reduce the rates bill for the premises significantly. Any successor bar or restaurant will be much smaller but is likely to be more viable."

March 22, 2019

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