Hounslow signs development agreement

High Street Quarter Mar 2014Hounslow Council has signed a development agreement with developers Barratt London, and Wilson Bowden to deliver the High Street Quarter redevelopment.

Barratt London, in partnership with Wilson Bowden, were selected by the council last November as their partner to develop the High Street Quarter and will work with the council to deliver a mixed use scheme that will be the first major development in the High Street for over 20 years.

Councillor Steve Curran, cabinet member for housing, planning and regeneration, said the signing of the agreement was “a crucial milestone in the borough’s regeneration and would help secure Hounslow town centre’s future prosperity”.

He said: “The High Street Quarter development is the cornerstone of our regeneration strategy and will also act as a catalyst to bring further growth and prosperity to the town and the borough.”

The High Street Quarter development hopes to deliver a residential-led mixed use scheme that includes a brand new multi screen cinema, space for shops, new private and affordable homes, an underground car park and a major new public space linking the Blenheim Centre to the existing High Street on a site known as “key site 2”, currently occupied by surface car parking.

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