Manor Lane Regeneration

Latest news

November 2010

This development involves the demolition of two blocks that have significant structural problems that would be very expensive to try and repair. The new build scheme will provide a mix of more suitable new affordable rented properties, privately owned and shared ownership properties

A consultation event was held with residents during the summer to show the latest designs following a meeting between the developer and the Councils Planning department. The event was well attended with 32 households represented who providing the project team with useful feedback on proposals. The majority of residents liked the new design of the building stating it had improved on previous designs.

At the meeting we also discussed estate improvement priorities. These include options for the public open space (Rochester Park), the small area of land near Rose Gardens, the central parking area, amenity areas and the parking forecourt in front of existing garages. Work with residents will continue to finalise details on these improvements.

Architects are currently reviewing new build plans taking into account feedback from residents. Once designs are finalised a further consultation event will be held for residents to views these plans before formally submitting a planning application to the Council. This event will be held in late autumn and invitation letters will be sent out to residents in advance of the meeting.

To view designs presented at the consultation event held on 9th June 2010 please click on the link below.

Manor Lane Plans June 2010

Moss Gardens

Planners have approved our proposals to demolish Moss Gardens however dates have yet to be confirmed when this building will be demolished. Once we have finalised the programme for demolition we will write to residents with more details including timescales and the contractor’s details.

Leaseholder update

The Council are now progressing discussion with leaseholders regarding the process of repurchasing their property. Leaseholders will have received correspondence from the Council introducing Roy Clark who is the council’s leaseholder advisor. If you are a leaseholder and you have queries, or would like more information about the process for selling your property to the council, please contact Roy on 077750866498 or email to

View a copy of the letter sent to Leaseholders from the Council.

London Borough of Hounslow Planning Portal

You can also view the plans and planning applications and follow the stages of planning consent via the London Borough of Hounslow's Planning Portal.

How to view the planning application:

  • Go to the ·London Borough of Hounslow website
  • View the Terms and Conditions and click the box when completed to agree
  • Click on 'Search planning applications'
  • In the System Number field, enter the planning application number P/2011/1806
  • Click on Search.
  • Click on the planning application number highlighted in blue
  • You can now view the proposal, progress of the application and view the related documents - to view a document, click on the document in the list you want to see (the line will go blue) and then click VIEW. The document will open in a new window. When you are finished close the window and click on the back button of your browser to go back to the proposal

Further Information

Get further information by downloading the following documents (you will need Adobe PDF reader to view these documents):

Tenants frequently asked questions

Leaseholders frequently asked questions