AmroLiving try again in Perivale

AmroLiving are consulting on revised plans for The Wiltern, a proposed apartment block on the site of the petrol station at the Hoover Building site in Perivale.

The first plans were refused, with the height of the 22 storey tower and its impact on the Grade II listed Hoover Building a key factor. Now the developer has taken the tower down to 15 storeys, and is consulting on the new plans.

They say it will “enhance the setting of the historic Hoover Building” as well as providing new homes for rent. The art deco style is designed to fit in with the iconic Hoover Building, which is owned by Tesco. The inention of the design, by HTA architects, is that the tower will not be visible behind the Hoover Building from the opposite pavement to the southside of the A40.

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