Inland Homes presented proposals for the site known as the Cavalry Barracks at a special meeting with the London Borough of Hounslow on February 18.
The planning development presentation for Hounslow West included a request for detailed and outline planning permission. Permission for the alteration of listed buildings was also included.
Outline planning was sought for 1,634 new homes, 500 tenure-secure affordable homes and 2,673 sq m of non-residential space. The plans include retaining and refurbishing statutorily listed buildings and heritage assets. There is also provision for a new sports field and a contribution to upgrading Beaversfield Park.
Detailed planning consent has been sought for 803 new homes, 1,652 of non-residential space, the delivery of landscaping, sports pitches and play areas. Listed building consent is also sought in phase one.
The scheme includes electric car charging space enabled for every space and 20 per cent available from the start. Dedicated cycling and walking space will be provided as well.
Inland Homes consulted ahead of its proposals and took on board residents comments including lowering the height of some buildings and a heritage trail highlighting the history of the place is to be included.
Inland Homes said: “We want to see Hounslow West become a place where people live, remain, work, play and visit. We want to retain its history and character, whilst building safe, healthy and happy communities.”
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