Welcome to the
Syon Lane Future
consultation website

Click here to view the only verified 3D model for the Tesco Osterley and Homebase Brentford sites and to experience a fly-through visualisation of the sites!

PLANNING APPLICATIONS FOR TESCO, OSTERLEY & HOMEBASE, WERE SUBMITTED IN 2020

Following consideration of the comments on the planning applications for the Tesco Osterley and Homebase sites, revisions to our proposals were submitted in January 2020 to Hounslow Council. The revised documents for the applications can be found on the Documents tab.

One of the key changes made is to our proposed energy strategies for the two sites. We are delighted to say that we have significantly improved the onsite residential carbon reductions for both sites following a detailed review of emerging heating technologies and our original submission strategies.

The key changes can be summarised as follows:

  • Improvements in the energy strategy and reduction in carbon emissions of both sites using new heating technologies
  • Revised transport assessments for both sites following feedback from TfL and Hounslow on the Gillette corner junction layouts
  • Further view analysis responding to comments for new views to be considered
  • Architectural design changes and highways revisions for the Homebase site
  • Greater flexibility on the bus route options proposed for the Osterley site
  • Inclusion of a segregated cycle/pedestrian route to improve accessibility on Syon Lane north
Should you have any questions on the revised documents or the proposals as a whole, please do contact us at hello@syonlanefutre.com.

If you are excited to see the regeneration of these two important strategic sites come forward, please do visit the following links which will direct you to the London Borough of Hounslow’s website where you can provide your comments and support for the applications:










HERE IS WHAT YOU WILL BE SUPPORTING:

The redevelopment proposals for the Tesco Osterley and Homebase Brentford sites will bring a number of community benefits including:

  • Up to 2150 high quality homes (35% of which will be affordable)
  • 7.5 acres of newly created green space and 400 new trees planted
  • A new sustainable flagship Tesco store
  • New shops, cafe, gastropub, workspaces & healthcare facility
  • 2 new dedicated community spaces
  • Safeguarding and creation of 650 permanent jobs
  • 4,700 construction jobs over the development cycle
  • Apprenticeship and job opportunities for local young people
  • New and safer pedestrian and cycle routes
  • Supporting new local bus routes and delivery of mobility hub
  • Improvements to the local road network
  • Over £30m invested in local infrastructure
Click the brochure image for an overview of the proposals including more information on the key community benefits

You can view the planning applications for the two sites by clicking on the links provided below which will direct you to the London Borough of Hounslow’s website: 

To view the planning application documents for the Tesco Osterley site (Osterley Place) search reference: P/2020/3100

To view the planning application documents for the Homebase Brentford site (Syon Gardens) search reference: P/2020/3099