|Last Public Consultation on Reynard Mills Plans|
Hear about proposals for around 200 houses and flats
Residents in Ealing and Brentford will get one more chance to see - and voice any concerns over - the latest plans for the redevelopment of the Reynard Mills Trading Estate.
On Thursday (February 13) and Saturday (15) Notting Hill Housing will invite views on its latest proposals for a new housing development on the Ealing/Brentford border.
The drop-in sessions are at St Faith's Church, 122 Windmill Road, Brentford, TW8 9NA. Thursday 13 February, between 3pm and 7pm Saturday 15 February, between 12pm and 4pm.
Locals have campaigned against what they see as massive overdevelopment of a small low rise residential area and there have been several stalled attempts to get planning permission for the site- formerly a light industrial unit.
Previous owners LP (Brentford) Ltd wanted to build 275 homes in - hi-rise blocks- but this was rejected and thrown out on appeal by Communities secretary Eric Pickles in March last year.
Windmill Road Action Group (WRAG) representing local residents, has objected to the redevelopment on grounds of overdensity and height of the buildings, fears of increased traffic congestion and parking issues, lack of adequate drainage, as well as pointing to a shortage of both school places and GP surgeries in the area.
The new owners Notting Hill Housing have scaled down previous proposals and say they want to work alongside the community.
This is likely to be the final round of public consultation before the planning application is submitted to Hounslow Council.
Notting Hill Housing encourages people with any questions or feedback to get in contact. It has set up a freephone number on 0800 046 1293 , a community e-mail address at email@example.com and a website at www.reynardmills.com .
12th February 2014