The following is a selection of the myriad of applications reviewed and/or commented on:-

Tesco/Homebase Gillette Corner – Berkeley/St Edward outline proposals envisage 500 homes with 125 parking space in blocks ranging from 9-16 storeys for the current Homebase site in addition to commercial space (400 parking slots) to which Tesco will move. Demolition of the existing Tesco will provide for 1,650 residential units 35% affordable, in blocks from 5-16 storeys, facilities include a landscaped park.  A consultation centre to view the plans is open at Osterley Tesco Extra Car Park 4–7 p.m. Tues, 9–12 p.m. Saturdays.

One-way Link Road Syon Park – application P/2019/4442 – see Round & About page 3TIS is objecting and requesting this be discussed at Isleworth & Brentford Area Forum - in progress.

Twickenham Road (outside Redlees Park) installation of a 20 metre monopole with 12 apertures, removal of existing pole with 2 apertures also redundant equipment – approved.

2-4 Lawrence Parade Lower Square prior approval request for change of use of three retail units to apartments – in progress.


79 South Street, Foundry Cars – outline permission for erection of 6 x 2 bed flats, 1 x 2 bed bungalow – refused.


Castle Yard, r/o Castle Public House, South Street – demolition of existing build/erection of 3 storeys comprising 6 flats – approved.


121 Mogden Lane- erection of three bed-house with associated amenity space – refused.


Ashby House, Swan Street - alteration to ground/first floor windows, roof and balcony extension. creation of terrace - refused


19 Egerton Road - conversion of garage into habitable space with installation of high-level windows.   Refused, as would cause harm to pedestrian/highway safety, appearance of Conservation Area.