The plans for Hayes Town Centre would be delivered over the next three years as part of a multi-million pound scheme with Transport for London.
The plans include allowing traffic up and down Station Road, creating safe, dedicated cycle paths linking Hayes and Harlington Station with the town centre and stretching up Coldharbour Lane. Work is due to start in autumn 2014 and is likely to take 18 months to complete.
Cllr Douglas Mills, Cabinet Member for Community, Commerce and Regeneration, says: “Last year we asked people what their top priorities were for Hayes and now we’re in a position to deliver what people told us mattered to them.”
The council hopes that the Hayes Town regeneration, together with other planned improvements such as the Hayes and Harlington Crossrail station and the £250m Old Vinyl Factory development of the former EMI site, will transform Hayes into a welcoming, vibrant and well-connected place where people want to live, work and visit.