Inland Homes plans for Hillingdon Gardens have been called in by the Mayor of London following local refusal.
The plans would deliver more than 500 homes in a development of a development of up to 11 storeys on the former Master Brewer site next to the junction of Long Lane and Freezeland Way. The developer describes it as a residential-led, mixed-use neighbourhood of 514 homes, including 179 affordable homes and 1,250sqm of commercial space.
Hillingdon tube station adjoins the site, with direct services into central London in approximately 35 minutes.
Stephen Wicks, Inland Homes CEO, commented: “The announcement that the Mayor of London is ‘calling in’ the Hillingdon Gardens planning application is very welcome, demonstrating our unrivalled ability to identify brownfield sites where we can add value. Not only will Hillingdon Gardens deliver more than 500 much needed homes to the area, it will also provide additional employment opportunities and public realm benefit”.