Amended Plans to Develop Station Parade Site

Would continue line of shops with three storeys of flats above

North-east elevation


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An application made to build nine flats above new shops on the land next to Boston Sandwich Bar on Boston Manor Road has been considerably altered but still remains of the same size.

The building will be three floors above a ground and lower ground floor with two retail units. There will be no parking spaces.

The application has been made on behalf of Kearns Premier Homes by Amasia Architects Ltd. They have conducted a transport assessment that concludes there are sufficient lay-bys for short stay and surrounding roads for longer off-peak parking. No residential parking spaces are provided.

The site is not located in a conservation area, although it is adjacent to St Paul's Brentford Conservation Area on the opposite side of the railway.

An earlier proposal discussed with council planners was for an eight storey building containing twenty flats.

If you would like to comment on this amended application visit planning and enter system number P/2019/3391.

south-west elevation

There will be 2 x 1 bed, 4 x 2 bed, 2 x 3 bed and 1 x 4 bed.

south-east elevation

existing site
existing site with new hoardings

There is also a retrospective planning application P/2020/0552 for the new hoardings along the boundary for a two year period.

ground floor
proposed ground floor with two retail units


March 4, 2020

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