First phase of Brentford Lock West gets green light
By: ISIS Waterside Regeneration
ISIS Waterside Regeneration has secured planning consent from the London Borough of Hounslow for phase one of its proposed mixed use scheme: Brentford Lock West.
Detailed planning was granted unanimously for the first three buildings in the scheme with the planning committee giving the developer special recognition for their close consultation with the local community.
The scheme is designed to maximise the water frontage. Its generous outdoor spaces and living accommodation have all been carefully designed to embrace a thriving waterside community and will encompass residential, commercial and leisure space.
This first phase will comprise a mix of 150, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and townhouses, all for private sale, together with commercial units in the retained art deco buildings.
ISIS will be working in conjunction with the Canal & River Trust to make a number of improvements to the moorings at Brentford Lock West. Improvements will include the addition of new visitor mooring and hook up points along with the installation of a new floating pontoon to be used by the local canoe club.
Further enhancements will also be made to widen the canal towpath making it more accessible for all to enjoy. Later phases will involve the refurbishment of the overhanging warehouse and a new pedestrian footbridge improving connectivity.
In addition, ISIS has paired up with the Brentford FC Community Sports Trust to launch The ISIS Challenge. The event, which will take place on 11th August this year is designed to encourage the community to make use of the water, while celebrating the trust’s 25th year as a community organisation. Local residents will be given the opportunity to take part in a day of activities that embrace the waterside, including kayaking and paddleboarding on Brentford Lock.
Works on site are due to commence in winter 2012, with the first homes being completed in winter 2013. A marketing hub will be established on the site in spring 2013. Off-plan reservations are expected be taken from the end of 2012 onwards and interested buyers are being urged to register their interest now by calling 01628 482276, emailing email@example.com or visiting www.brentfordlockwest.co.uk
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