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Public Exhibitions about Watermans and Morrisons Redevelopment

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Essential Living are holding a second public exhibition about their proposals to redevelop the Morrisons site. The sketch is from the first exhibition.

The site comprises the land from the rear of the Beehive to the County Court, including Morrisons and the car park. In Hounslow's Local Plan its proposed use is put at "Retail-led mixed town centre use including residential, with an appropriate level of provision for town centre car parking".

The second exibition is 3:30-7:30pm on Tuesday 8th November at Watermans Arts Centre.

Representatives from Essential Living and the project team will be on hand to answer questions.

The proposed timetable after this public exhibition will be a planning application in December with the expectation that it will be heard at planning committee next spring with 18-24 month construction period starting next autumn.

Feedback to Essential Living is welcome, whether you attended the exhibition or not to Lousie Page-Jennings at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on 020 7592 9592.


Proposed Watermans

London Green invites you to view the proposals to move Watermans Arts Centre from its current location to a new position on the old police station in Half Acre.

Flats will be built on both the old police station site and the current Watermans and Max Factor buildings as part of a project that will see approximately 300 flats being built across both sites.

The exhibition of the proposals takes place on Wednesday 2nd November 4-8pm and Saturday 5th November 10:30-4pm at Watermans Arts Centre.

You can contact the team with feedback at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0800 4586976 or by post at:

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Regenerating Brentford Consultation
Your Shout
1-45 Durham Street
London SE11 5JH

Exhibition boards will be posted online at regeneratingbrentford.com after the exhibition.

 

 

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