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  • New Road Triangle development approved by LB Hounslow

Hounslow Council has approved plans by Lampton Development & Investment and EcoWorld London to deliver 176 new homes in New Road Triangle, Feltham.

The development will comprise two residential buildings. One 14-storey building of 98 new homes will sit along the western site boundary by Longford River, and one 11-storey building of 78 new homes will run east to west along New Road. The development incorporates sympathetic landscaping and improved access to Longford River and Glebeland Playing Fields for local residents to enjoy and increases the site’s biodiversity by 50%.

New Road Triangle will be built on half a hectare of land, owned by the London Borough of Hounslow and previously occupied by Network Rail. The site, which sits between Longford River, New Road and The Station Estate Road, will be transformed into much needed local housing.

Development plans include 92 homes for sale and 84 affordable homes for Hounslow Council to own, manage and let to local households. All 84 affordable homes will be Social (Council) Rented homes. Half of the affordable homes will be two-bed and three-bed homes suitable for families, while most of the open market homes will be one and two-bed dwellings. Construction will begin in early 2022, with completion expected in 2024.
The highly sustainable design includes new landscaping, native planting, green roofs and increases the on-site biodiversity by 50%. A 70% carbon reduction is achieved through air source heat pumps, solar panels and energy efficient building materials.

New Road Triangle will be delivered as part of a joint venture between Lampton Development & Investment, part of Hounslow Council’s wholly owned company Lampton360, and EcoWorld London, a private development company. Lampton Development & Investment aims to accelerate the delivery of affordable homes to meet the Council’s housing commitments whilst generating a financial surplus for the Council to reinvest in the Borough.

Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council welcomed the planning committee decision saying,

"This is very much a 'For Hounslow, By Hounslow' development, which helps us keep so many of the pledges we have made. This creates more council homes at affordable, council rents in an ambitious, forward-looking, environmentally future-proofed development.

"That it is being delivered by some of the council's closest partners means we maximise the Hounslow pound, deliver high-quality council housing and bring real benefits to that part of the borough economically and environmentally. It will be a development to be very proud of."

 

Jeremy Stibbe, Managing Director of Lampton Development and Investment says:
“We welcome the Council’s decision to approve the planning application for New Road Triangle. This ambitious new development will not only help the London Borough of Hounslow achieve its affordable housing growth strategy but importantly provide high quality affordable housing for local people. With New Road Triangle we will be delivering exemplary housing and community space for all to enjoy.”

Gregor Mitchell, Development Director, EcoWorld London says:
“EcoWorld London and Lampton Development and Investment are delighted that the Hounslow planning committee resolved to grant planning permission for 176 new homes at New Road Triangle in Feltham. The development will deliver significant local benefits including 50% affordable housing, all of which are council homes; a 50% increase in biodiversity and 70% carbon reduction. This project reinforces EcoWorld London’s commitment to the long-term future of Hounslow and our investment in the communities in which we work.”