Proposal Submitted for Redevelopment of Field House

Existing block to be demolished for five storey building

A visualisation of the new Field House from the developer



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A planning application (P/2022/3301) has been submitted to Hounslow Council seeking permission to demolish Field House on Field Lane and build a five-storey block in its place.

At the moment there are five flats in the two-storey building in the cul-de-sac close to Brentford High Street but, if the proposed scheme was approved, this would be increased to 23.

The site is bordered on the south east by a three storey apartment block, to the south west by a two storey terraced housing, to the north a large residential dwelling and to the north east by a wooded area.

Field House in Brentford
Field House in Brentford

The plan, which has been drawn up by PARKdesigned would consist of 5 one bedroom, 14 two bedroom and 4 three bedroom units.

The site backs on to what was previously the tracks of a part of the Great Western Railway until 1957 when the local station was demolished.

Another view from the developer of the proposed scheme
Another view from the developer of the proposed scheme

A report commissioned by the applicant concluded that there is a good level of onstreet parking available that could be utilised by future residents of the re-development.

The amount of affordable housing in the development is not specified in the application but a report with the submission states that this could be provided off-site through a financial contribution or by including affordable one bedroom flats or two one bedroom and on two bedroom units.

You can see further details of the proposal and make a comment by searching for reference P/2022/3301 on Hounslow Council’s planning pages.


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November 1, 2022

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