Manor Lane Regeneration

About the project

Hounslow Homes, in partnership with United House Ltd and A2 Housing group, developed a project proposal to develop and regenerate the Manor Lane Estate in Feltham.

The aim of the regeneration and development of this estate is to:

  • Replace unsuitable and unpopular blocks that are expensive to maintain, with modern and attractive homes for Manor Lane residents.
  • To provide new energy efficient homes that meet latest building standards, use sustainable materials and will meet residents needs in the long term
  • Improve the layout and design of the estate to make the best use of available space and to design out anti-social behaviour and crime on the estate
  • To regenerate play facilities and develop new public open space to replace existing unused space
  • To provide a mix of homes for sale and rent on the estate and increase the number of affordable homes in the borough, reducing the numbers on the council waiting list.
  • To provide larger homes to meet the needs of families.

We hope that building works will begin in 2009, with the first properties available in 2010. Homes will be allocated to local people who are either living in one of the existing blocks due to be redeveloped or living in the borough and have housing need. Priority for low cost home ownership will go to residents already on the council's low cost home ownership database.

Latest news July 2008

Two well attended consultation sessions have been held recently. The proposed plans were well received by residents, however, planners have suggested some significant amendments. Some of the issues included:

  • a reduction in hardstanding,
  • improvements to amenity spaces,
  • protection of existing trees,
  • repositioning of the bike and bin stores
  • reduction in CO2 emissions

These and other amendments are being developed for further consultation and residents will be kept up to date.

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