What's In Store For Brentford

Hounslow consults on planned development


Briefing on Council Proposals for Brentford this Saturday

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The Local Plan sets out proposals for key elements for development for the entire borough over the next 15 years.

It is out for consultation for six weeks until Friday 26th July and you are invited to comment on the proposals laid out.

The key elements for Brentford are set out here but below are two important maps for Brentford. Do click on them to get the full sized maps in high resolution to download.


The two blue areas, one surrounding the Golden Mile and the other the residential majority of Brentford are "areas of growth and regeneration". The "S" is a potential new primary school and the three yellow areas are designated strategic development site.

The above highlighted sites are those that form specific parts of the plan with the 'M' sites being mixed development including Lionel Road, South of the High Street, Griffin Park and so on. These sites have been detailed in the Local Plan and can be read (along with larger scale maps) as Brentford Key Sites (15pages pdf, extracted from the Complete Local plan).

The Complete Local Plan document can be downloaded here. (Note large pdf)

Please complete the questionnaire which you have the option to save to your computer and submit automatically by email once completed.  You can also submit comments using the contact details below:


Post:Planning Policy
Civic Centre, Lampton Road
Hounslow TW3 4DN

Comments must be received by 5pm Friday 26 July.

You can discuss the Policy Options for the Local Plan with the council’s Planning Policy Team at Brentford library, Thursday 27 June, 4.30pm to 6.30pm where a printed copy is already available to view. The plan will also be presented to the next IBAF (Isleworth and Brentford Area Forum) on 18th July.

July 4, 2013

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