Hounslow Council’s masterplan for Feltham town centre is being shown in a consultation event.
The Feltham Vision and Concept Masterplan (FVCM) showcases the area’s assets and outlines challenges and opportunities for improvement. It ties in with the Hounslow Local Plan for the next 15 years, which was adopted last month, and will form a key part of the evidence base of the West of the Borough Plan, which will be developed over the next two to three years.
The council commissioned Urban Initiatives Studio to work with council officers to develop the FVCM in October last year, who analysed how Feltham functions today, and how its better qualities can be protected for Feltham’s residents and businesses.
The current event follows previous work on initial ideas for the FVCM, and a public exhibition in February and March.
Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council, said: “The FVCM is a vision for Feltham in the coming years. We want Feltham to be a thriving town with a close knit community who are proud of where they live.
“It’s a commitment of this administration to improve Feltham but at the same time it’s important that we make sure that any new developments help to showcase Feltham’s history and cultural assets.
“It’s a great opportunity to improve the lives of people living and working in Feltham without sacrificing any of its character.”