Hounslow Planning & Conservation Areas

Conservation areas are sites of historical or architectural importance. Building and redevelopment can be a more complex process due to more planning regulations and constraints applying within such areas. However our highly trained staff have the expertise to address more challenging planning and design issues. We achieve the aims of our clients both on an aesthetic and functional level whilst adhering to regulations set out by the local planning authority.

Hounslow conservation areas:

Bedfont Green, Old Chiswick, Bedford Park, Osterley Park and surrounding area, Chiswick House, St. Paul’s Church, Bath Road, Cranford Village, St. Paul’s, Brentford, Feltham Green/Town Centre, St. Stephens, Grand Union Canal & Boston Manor, Spring Grove, Grove Park, Stamford Brook, Gunnersbury Park and surrounding area, Strand on the Green, Hanworth Park, Thorney Hedge, Heston Village, Turnham Green, Hounslow Cavalry Barracks, The Butts, Isleworth Riverside, Wellesley Road, Kew Bridge, Woodlands Grove

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Planning in Hounslow

Currently the population of Hounslow is around 254,000 with approximately 94,900 households.There are plans to build 12,300 new homes in the borough between 2015-2030, and to provide improved public and commercial facilities to meet the demands of the growing population.

The main locations are Bedfont, Brentford, Chiswick Homefields, Chiswick Riverside, Cranford, Feltham North, Feltham West, Hanworth, Hanworth Park, Heston Central, Heston East, Heston West, Hounslow Central, Hounslow Heath, Hounslow South, Hounslow West, Isleworth, Osterley and Spring Grove, Syon and Turnham Green, St Mary’s.

Hounslow Planning Applications & Appeals

In Hounslow approximately 55 planning proposals are submitted to the local planning authority each week and around 3 appeals submitted.

Hounslow News

Planning permission has been granted for a project to revitalise Hounslow town centre. It includes plans to establish 3 areas, the Western Gateway, Central Heart and the Eastern Gateway. The venture also aims are to improve transport links thus encouraging more visitors and the introduction of a ‘figure of eight’ shopping circuit linking 2 key retail providers. Land will also be developed to allow for a wider choice of both day and night-time activities and the construction of town squares that offer busy, high quality social areas. It is hoped that once completed it will boost local economy, create employment and provide improved facilities for local communities and visitors. The London Property developer Barratt London will oversee the development after having signed the deal with Hounslow Council in early 2014.

Hounslow council aims to build 12,300 new homes between 2015-2030 and so many residential developments are currently being proposed or are underway. In December 2014, planning permission was granted to the developer Berkely Homes for the ‘Chiswick Gate Scheme’. This will involve the construction of 141 luxury townhouses and appartments in Chiswick. Matthew Biddle, director of Berkeley Homes West said ‘we expect huge demand for the homes when they launched.’ Elsewhere, the construction of 141 homes begun in July 2014 at Brentford Lock West in the second phase of a project overseen by ISIS Waterside.

Hounslow Contact Information

Hounslow – Local Planning Authority

London Borough of Hounslow
Civic Centre
Lampton Road
Hounslow TW3 4DN

For more information, visit www.hounslow.gov.uk

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