Griffin Park Planning Application Submitted

75 family houses and an open square


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A planning application for Griffin Park has now submitted. This is for 75 residential units, with a mix of 2-5 bedroom family houses, between 2-4 storeys.

View of side road
View up side road from the south

The Applicant is Kew Bridge Gate Developments LLP, which has been established by Prime Place Ltd (part of Willmott Dixon) in order to take forward the redevelopment of Griffin Park and the development of a new stadium and additional housing at Lionel Road in conjunction with Brentford Football Club.

Visualisation of square
Visualisation of square

The sale of houses on Griffin Park is intended to fund Lionel Road Stadium so there will be no affordable housing. 10% of the houses will be wheelchair adaptable units.

Each house has at least one parking space, with car access solely off Braemar Road. Pedestrian and cycle access will be through current locations on Ealing Road and Brook Road South.

Site layout
Site layout (click for larger version)

There will be a central square with a play area and a commemorative garden.

street frontage
Street elevation

The developers will present their plans to Brentford Community Council this Monday evening, from 7.15pm upstairs in The Griffin. All are welcome to attend.


Find the planning application by visiting planning search (agreeing T&Cs, and then selecting "search planning applications") and then entering P/2015/2792 in the box marked System number or 00143/A/P51 as Planning number. Planning search is a bit temperamental at the moment and entering TW8 0NT as the postcode may be more useful. There are multiple Planning and System numbers for Griffin Park. The first document "Design and Access" although large gives a comprehensive overview.

Outline planning permission was granted on 11 April 2005 for the residential redevelopment of the football ground which was extended for six years (P/2006/0048) and further extended in 00143/A/P50 in 2012.

There was a two day public consultation on the emerging scheme earlier this year.

Comments on the application can be submitted by the form online or via email to You may wish to copy in Brentford ward councillors as well.

July 13, 2015

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