More detail on the Brentford Area Action Plan

Baap The Council's plans incude 2,000 new homes over the next 10 years.

The Hounslow Guardian reports 2,100 homes, which would be built by 2018, could see an influx of 5,000 people into the area, which could mean a new secondary school would be built in the eastern part of the borough.

The plans also include a new farmers’ market in Brentford High Street; the relocation of Brentford Football Club to the east of Lionel Road and the promotion of Great West Road as a “vibrant gateway to and from London”. The waterside area would also be given a total revamp.

There are plans for a £250m revamp of the High Street, bringing in new shops and more short-stay parking spaces for shoppers. Plans include a new green space at the back of the derelict St Lawrence’s Church.

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