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Proposed plan: Demolition of existing Concorde Close, and redevelopment to provide two blocks up to six storeys in height, comprising 124 self contained flats with play space, landscaping, and associated residential car parking (including disabled), cycle parking, access and servicing. offering 124 units (74 Market sale, 12 Affordable rent, 6 Intermediate shared ownership, 32 social rent). Decision: Refused View planning statement here On Thursday 10th January 2019, 10:30pm at the Civic centre,Lampton road, Hounslow the Planning committee came to a decision about Home Groups submitted regeneration plans for Concorde Close, Hounslow,

The Central Hounslow Public forum meeting took place on Thursday 30th Aug 18. A strong case of residents concerns was presented by the CCRA's Chair Fran Smith & Vice Chair Yasmin M, the series of issues were directed at the Hounslow Councillors and members of the Home Group Regeneration Team Tom Ruse & Emma Murgatroyd. Our response from the Councillors was positive and they have assured us that they will be able to work with us through the regeneration transitional period. The aim of our presentation was to

Invitation to the Central Houslow Public Forum meeting Meeting time: 7:30pm Where: Committee Rooms 1 & 2, Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow Attendees: Councillor Tom Bruce, Councillor Bandna Chopra, Councillor Amjer Grewal, Councillor Pritam Grewal, Councillor Vickram Grewal, Councillor Afzaal Kiani, Councillor Hina Kiani, Councillor Nisar Malik, Councillor Shaida Mehrban, Councillor Jagdish Sharma MBE JP MA, Councillor Karen Smith, Councillor Sohan Sumra. Contact: Bill Lee on 020 8583 2068 or email [email protected] or [email protected] The CCRA would like to invite all residents to attend an upcoming Central Hounslow Public Forum meeting at

On Tuesday 5th September 2017  at 7 pm the CCRA joined Home Group's Regeneration team, at the Hounslow community centre, Montague road to discuss Home Group's resident engagement strategy for the prospective regeneration of Concorde close. The CCRA iterated that residents must come first with regards to forthcoming decisions as the first session Home Group organised in July was fuelled with mixed emotions from residents who had not been contacted formally by Home Group to discuss the future of the close, such as the possible refurbishment as