Plans have been submitted to the London Borough of Hounslow (LBH) for the demolition and redevelopment of the town centre site at Euro House at 54 – 66 High Street.
The scheme if approved would provide 210 new homes, across two separate buildings rising to 16 and 10 floors, alongside 1350sqm of retail and flexible commercial floorspace and associated public realm, landscaping, and parking.
54 – 66 High Street Hounslow, is situated at the eastern end of Hounslow’s principal town centre, the site is well served by numerous bus routes and Hounslow East underground station is situated a 5-minute walk from the proposed site.
Of the 210 homes proposed, 168 will be for private sale and the remaining 142 for affordable rent, which is anticipated to be at London Affordable Rent levels which charge up to 80% of market rents and are let by housing associations typically those on the local borough’s housing waitlist.
The developer behind the proposals is Mackenzie Homes, a smaller medium-sized home builder. They have appointed architects PRP to produce the design and access proposals for the site.
Proposals were submitted to Hounslow Council earlier this month, with plans likely to be determined by the local planning authority in Spring or Summer 2024.