Category Archives: Hounslow

Tesco Osterley update

St. Edward have run a second consultation on the plan to relocate Tesco Osterley to the Homebase site on the Great West Road, and build around 2250 homes across the two sites. The plans involve demolishing the Greenford Homebase store … Continue reading

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Power Road Studios sold

Helical has sold the Power Road Studios in Chiswick to a private investor for £41.5m. Helical bought the building in 2015, and has since refurbished it and produced a series of lettings. It was originally built in the 1930s as … Continue reading

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TfL and A2Dominion announce Hounslow site

TfL has announced that it is working with A2Dominion to bring forward plans to deliver around 400 new affordable homes in Hounslow. The proposals, which cover a 1.48 hectare site, have been designed by HKR architects and include the delivery … Continue reading

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New pocket park cash for West London

Feltham Green, Wiseworks Harrow, and Roxbourne Park in Pinner are to receive money for new pocket parks from a £1.35m government fund. Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced the community groups who will receive funding to transform neglected urban spaces into … Continue reading

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Bees to host England women in Euro 21

Brentford Community Stadium will host four UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 matches, including a quarter-final on 22 July, with Wembley hosting the final, in what promises to be a record-breaking edition of the European tournament next summer. England will play the … Continue reading

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Stanhope buys back in to Chiswick Park

Stanhope has bought Building 7 at Chiswick Park, the business park it originally developed. They have acquired the building from Blackstone, who have now ended their association with the park, for £312m. Blackstone bought Chiswick Park from The Chiswick Park … Continue reading

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Feltham Arts get Lottery cash

Feltham Arts has been awarded almost £230,000 in National Lottery funding to support its work with communities in West Hounslow. The group, based in The Centre, Feltham will use the cash to deliver more arts activities for all ages. Feltham … Continue reading

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Frasers buy in Bedfont

Singapore based investor Frasers Property has bought Cisco’s Bedfont Lakes headquarters building. The developer has signed a sale and purchase agreement to acquire Lakeshore, three buildings at the Bedfont Lakes business park in Feltham near Heathrow, for £135 million from … Continue reading

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Highways cash helps Gunnersbury

Gunnersbury Park is being revitalised with help from a £340,000 award from road operator Highways England. The Park, near the M4 motorway, is a 75-hectare Historic England Registered Park containing twenty-two listed buildings. The historic buildings and features at Gunnersbury … Continue reading

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Yelloway Chiswick plans approved

Plans by Keith Williams Architects for Yelloway for a site at 396-400 Chiswick High Road in Turnham Green have been approved. The six-storey apartment building in a conservation area will replace the two story Daniel Beds building, and the former … Continue reading

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Hounslow embarks on major Estates regen plan

Hounslow Council has embarked on a major programme to regenerate its estates and help deliver 5000 affordable homes in the borough by 2022.  The programme is expected to deliver hundreds of high quality, energy efficient, affordable homes. It is being … Continue reading

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Boston Manor Park secures National Lottery Support

Boston Manor Park has secured National Lottery funding of £3,634,600 for Stage 2 of a project. The funding, awarded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund, represents nearly three-quarters of total costs for Stage 2 … Continue reading

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West London wins on sustainability and wellbeing

West London has four of the top ten boroughs for both sustainability and wellbeing, according to a new report from CBRE. CBRE’s Hot 100 identifies the top 10 boroughs in a number of categories, aiming to provide a snapshot of … Continue reading

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Hounslow and H&F make 2021 Borough of Culture shortlist

Hounslow, and Hammersmith & Fulham, have both been shortlisted by the Mayor of London in its bid to be London Borough of Culture 2021. London Borough of Culture is a programme run by the Mayor of London to promote culture … Continue reading

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Blackstone to market Chiswick Park Building 7

Blackstone is reported to have put its last building at Chiswick Park on the market. Building 7 was the last to be completed at the park, Blackstone retained ownership of the 334,000 sq ft building when it sold most of … Continue reading

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West London needs world-class digital infrastructure

West London’s creative industries needs world-class digital infrastructure to meet the challenges of the future. Niall Bolger, chief executive of Hounslow Council, spoke about a vision for growth being launched in a white paper coinciding with the Capital West London … Continue reading

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Chiswick Park close to full

Blackstone has signed two more deals for its Chiswick Park business park in Gunnersbury to dd to the recent signing of US co-working operator Venture X. As a result, there is just 12,000 sq ft remaining unlet space at the … Continue reading

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Hounslow consults on South Chiswick

Following Hounslow’s successful bid to gain a share of the Mayor of London’s £53.4m Liveable Neighbourhood programme in March of this year, Hounslow Council is now progressing its South Chiswick scheme, and has opened a consultation. The South Chiswick Liveable … Continue reading

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Hounslow Council bids to be London Borough of Culture for 2021

The Borough of Culture is a programme run by the Mayor of London to promote culture across the capital. Waltham Forest is the 2019 Borough of Culture; Brent is scheduled to be Borough of Culture in 2020.  With applications now … Continue reading

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Hounslow Cavalry Barracks site listed

One of West London’s most unique development opportunities that has the potential for more than 1,000 new homes to be built, has been brought to the market. The 36-acre Hounslow Cavalry Barracks, has been listed by real estate adviser Avison … Continue reading

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