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Syon Lane Future
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PLANNING APPLICATIONS FOR TESCO, OSTERLEY & HOMEBASE, BRENTFORD HAVE NOW BEEN SUBMITTED!

St. Edward have submitted planning applications to bring forward plans to redevelop and regenerate the Tesco Osterley and Homebase Brentford. The two sites have the potential to jointly deliver 2,150 high-quality homes including 35% tenure blind affordable homes, alongside a new sustainable flagship Tesco store, modern community facilities and green open spaces. 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:

Click here to view the planning application documents for the Tesco Osterley site (Osterley Place)

Click here to view the planning application documents for the Homebase Brentford site(Syon Gardens)

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:

Click here to provide comments and support for the Tesco Osterley (Osterley Place) planning application

Click here to provide comments and support for the Homebase Brentford (Syon Gardens) planning application

We want to hear your thoughts about how the redevelopment of these sites can make a positive contribution to the local area. Once you have had the chance to read through all of the information on this website, please feel free to share your thoughts with us or get in touch with any questions you may have. You can find details of how to do so on the Get in Touch page.





SYON LANE FUTURE AT A GLANCE

Two planning applications have been submitted to Hounslow Council for the regeneration of the Tesco and Homebase sites. The outline application for the Tesco site seeks permission to build 1,677 homes alongside 50,000 sqft of mixed use commercial and leisure facilities and new public and green spaces. A full detailed application for the Homebase site seeks permission to build 473 homes along with a new Tesco store and community space

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 also view all of the public exhibition boards and consultation information under the Documents tab