Developer Pannatoni has submitted plans for up to 1,000 homes and employment space for up to 500 people at the former AkzoNobel ICI site in Slough.
Under plans submitted to Slough Borough Council, the 12.7-hectare site in Wexham Road, 10 minutes walk from the train station, will be redeveloped into residential and retail on the southern side and industrial on the northern side.
The residential, all apartments, will be in several blocks along with 1,500 sq m of various retail, leisure and community uses. The flats range in size from one-bedroom to four.
The industrial element includes a number of options:
* Up to 8,361 sq m of B2 (general industrial) and 28,428 sq m of B8 (storage and distribution)
* Up to 36,789 sq m of B8
* Up to 8,361 sq m of B2, 9290 sq m of B8 and 41,806 sq m of data centre space
* Up to 71,535 sq m of data centre
PRP is the architect and masterplanner while SGT is the industrial architect. Turley is the planning consultant, i-Transport is the transport planner and Middlemarch Environmental provided the structural engineer & environmental Assessment.
© Thames Valley Property No 195 (tvproperty.co.uk)