Changes to car park facilities as work gets under way for exciting new development

Work on a development in Hounslow consisting of new homes, a multiscreen cinema, shops, restaurants and eateries, is set to begin in September.

Published: Wednesday, 9th August 2017

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With work set to begin on the Hounslow High Street Quarter development in Hounslow town centre, consisting of new homes, a multiscreen cinema, shops, restaurants and eateries, there will be changes to some car park facilities.

Hounslow Council is reminding residents that the following two car parks – Alexandra Road, TW3 1LX and Holloway Street, TW3 1BD, will be permanently closed from 6pm on Sunday 1 October to accommodate the building of the new facilities.

Owners of any vehicles left in those car parks after that date, will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice [PCN] and the vehicle will be removed.

In keeping with the Council’s aim of building more affordable homes in the borough, 41 per cent of the 527 residential units which form part of the scheme being delivered by Barratts Homes [Barratts London] will be designated as affordable.

Councillor Amrit Mann, Deputy Leader of Hounslow Council, said: “The regeneration in our borough is continuing to gather pace and we are all excited at the new developments.

“These are part of our commitments we have made to build and provide more good quality homes, including affordable homes and support economic growth and improve our town centres.

“We will also ensure there is the minimum disruption and residents can continue to use and park at our town centres as normal.”

While there will be parking back on the site once the development is open in 2020, residents will need to find alternative parking arrangements near to the town centre in the meantime.

To locate the nearest car park as well as tariffs, spaces and information, visit the Find Your Nearest website app