TfL SELECTS DEVELOPMENT PARTNER 14 Jun 2018

On the 5th June 2018 Northwood’s Voice sent the following NewsLetter via MailChimp to their subscriber list.

 

Northwood’s Voice NewsletterJune 2018
TfL Planning Application For Northwood   Town Centre Conservation Area

TfL SELECTS DEVELOPMENT PARTNER

As you will be aware the previous Transport for London (TfL) planning application of TfL submited to the London Borough of Hillingdon (LBH) under 71083/APP/2015/4037 of October 2015 was withdrawn on the 5th Sept. 2016.  It was due to be heard on the 13th September 2016 by the Major Applications Committee with a Recommendation for Refusal by LBH Planning Officers.

On Tuesday, 27th March 2018 a Press Release was put into the public domain along with an illustration of multi-storey blocks replacing the TfL owned estate in the Northwood Town Centre. The illustration shows the south side of Green Lane.  No illustration was shown of the TfL owned estate on the North side of Green Lane. The TfL owed estate in the Northwood Town Centre lies mainly in the Conservation Area.  The illustration can be seen on the pre-merger twitter account of the NHH.

The press release of the 27th March 2018 states:-
Triangle London Developments (TLD), a consortium between Notting Hill Housing and U+I, have been selected by TfL as preferred partner to develop a 4.7acre site around Northwood Station. The site has the potential to provide more than 150 new homes, 35 per cent of which will be affordable housing.

Notting Hill Housing will be the lead developer from Triangle London Developments.  Notting Hill Housing is now Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) having merged with Genesis Housing.

On the 28th May 2018 NVL have been advised by LBH that no pre-application discussions have taken place with LBH nor has there  been any new Planning Application to LBH concerning the Northwood Town Centre/Green Lane Conservation Area..

Notting Hill Housing
@NottingHillHG
Mar 28
Our consortium with @uandiplc has been chosen by @TfL to provide more than 150 homes near Northwood Station, 35% of which will be affordable housing. Read more http://bit.ly/2GBAuP2

NVL 3 June 2018

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