Charity fails with fifth planning application

The Fassnidge Memorial Trust has had a fifth application to redevelop Northwood Hall rejected.

The Trust wants to replace the present hall with a new, larger one, and pay for it by adding new homes to the development. But LB Hillingdon rejected this application, like the four before it, because it would not be in character with the area and would have a negative impact on the surroundings.They also said the size of the scheme was simply too large and and would overshadow neighbouring properties.

This incarnation of the plan was the smallest, with six studio and two one-bedroom self-contained flats on the first and second floors, and car parking.

See a fuller story in the Uxbridge Gazette.

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