L&Q are seeking to alter the consented plans for the former Morrison supermarket site in Brentford which they acquired earlier in 2019.
The housing association wants to reduce the overall number of homes, and alter the mix. Essential Living was granted consent in 2017 to deliver 221 homes, including 73 one-beds, 77 two-beds, 11 three-beds and 60 studios.
L&Q are seeking to deliver 215 homes in total, with substantially more family homes – 81 one-beds, 110 two-beds, and 24 three-beds. It is also understood the affordable content of the scheme would increase. The new plans still include a supermarket, and do not alter the footprint, scale or mass of the building.