See the only verified 3D models for the Tesco Osterley and Homebase Brentford sites!
The verified context model demonstrates how the proposals for both sites sensitively responds to the surrounding local context and respects existing buildings.
We hope to publicly display the model following the lifting of lockdown restrictions in December. In the meantime, please view the images shown below and feel free to get in touch if you have any queries.
Key Benefits to The Community
- 480 homes 35% tenure blind affordable homes
- 2000 sqft community space
- 100 residential car parking spaces
- 400 retail car parking spaces
- Modern and sustainable Tesco Extra superstore
- Iconic architecture and a new landmark building
- New clean air routes
- Over 2 acres of green space and new public realm
- Net biodiversity gain
- Creating and safeguarding Tesco jobs
- 193 Construction jobs (each year of build)
- Enhanced public realm and widened footpaths
- 1,670 homes
- 35% affordable homes
- 46, 000 sq.ft Commercial
- 5 Acres publicly accessible open space
- Zero carbon development
- 2 bus routes & Mobility Hub
- 322 new local jobs
- 12,000 m2 flat roof space for play, wildlife, water & energy generation
- Transport hub
- > 46% recovered green and blue landscape
- 800m perimeter trim trail
- +300 construction jobs (each year of build)
- The community offering is on the first floor and will have a prominent viewing point on the corner
- Additional jobs will also be created through site management, gardening and concierge staff
- There is a retail space for a local shop on Syon Lane which will be flexible so it can be tailored to the needs of the local community
- For all residents the main entrance to the scheme will be through a central concierge on the opposite corner to Syon Lane station
- The new Tesco store will be provided at ground floor and will take up much of the site.
- It will be a similar offering, however in a more efficient and sustainable layout to benefit the local community
- There will be 400 retail car parking spaces
- There will also be a new café and a community space included in the store
We have some very early ideas about how the new scheme concept will evolve, but we are keen to work with local communities to shape our plans to ensure we can deliver something of real benefit to existing and future residents.
Tesco Osterley – A New Heart for the Community
- New vibrant civic square surrounded by community spaces, shops, cafés and exercise and healthcare uses
- A regenerated and restored watergardens
- The creation of a natural landscape and over 250 new trees planted
- 1KM perimeter trail set alongside new natural watercourses
- Space for outdoor community events and activities to integrate into the local community
- Safer and greener routes to bolder academy, sky and syon lane station
- New bus facility & mobility hub to impove connections
- 1600 new homes target of 35% will be affordable homes for local people
- A significant biodiveristy net gain
- 400 residential parking spaces
- Over 2500 cycle spaces
- Electric vehicle chargin points and 15 car club spaces
Timescales and Next Steps
We have collated and reviewed all the feedback we received and, where possible, have taken it on board ahead of submitting the planning applications to the London Borough of Hounslow in the summer of this year. Nevertheless, we are keen to continue working with the local community
throughout the duration of the projects and beyond to allow you the opportunity to continue shaping the designs.
In the meantime, there will be a range of opportunities to meet the project team, ask questions and give us your views. Please see the “Get in Touch” page for details on how to speak to the project team.
Both planning applications will be submitted in summer of this year. Once uploaded, the details and full range of documents can be found on the London Borough of Hounslow’s website under ‘Planning’.