Planning Permission Granted for Frank Towell Court Housing Development in Hounslow
Kendall Kingscott are pleased to announce that Hounslow Council’s Frank Towell Court housing scheme has received planning consent. This forms part of the council’s pledge to secure 5000 new homes by 2022 and implement zero carbon developments.
Planning consent was granted for 102 new affordable council rented homes within 6 buildings across an existing 1950's housing estate in Feltham, Hounslow. The new development consists of flats, Maisonettes and mews houses with 10% of dwellings across the site being wheelchair accessible.
In addition, the public realm and landscape has been re-designed to provide a fully equipped play area, shared surface, mews street, riverside pocket park, informal play area, incidental seating across the site and a formal site entrance with gardens. The new development is car free providing disabled and visitors parking only, where parking is re-provided for the existing development.
In recognition of the Council's climate emergency declaration, the homes are highly sustainable achieving 83% reduction in emissions over Building Regulations Part L.
Frank Towell Court is the largest urban planning consent that KKL have delivered to date. The consent is the second scheme delivered on behalf of the London Borough of Hounslow and we are continuing to work in the borough with both the Council and local Housing Associations.
A great result for all involved with the project.
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