Lampton 360 submit first plans

Lampton 360, the developer set up by Hounslow Council, have submitted plans for their first new build project at Nantly House on Loampton Road.

The site at 33 Lampton Road is currently owned by Hounslow Council, but will be transferring over to Lampton 360 in order for them to build a residential led scheme of studio, 1, 2 and 3 bed apartments, along with some flexible ground floor retail space.

The site will contain 40% affordable housing (26% social rent, and 14% Intermediate), 40% private sale, and 20% for private rent.

Howard Wollaston, Chair of the Board for Lampton 360, said: “I am delighted that this project is moving forward, using local authority surplus land to provide much needed housing and meet increasing demand in the borough.

“The scheme will be a mixed tenure, mixed use scheme that will be socially, economically and environmentally sustainable. This will be the first of many sites that Lampton 360 will be developing on behalf of Hounslow Council.”

Councillor Katherine Dunne, Cabinet Member for Housing, Hounslow Council, said: “ I am delighted to see a good provision of much needed affordable new homes, delivered at genuinely affordable levels for a wide range of individuals and families to access across the borough. “

The project is set to start on start in 2017 subject to planning.

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