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£100m town-centre blueprint goes on show

by Jim Dunton Wed 15 May 2013, 4:02 pm

People in Hounslow are being given chance to offer their views on ambitious plans to transform the town centre into a thriving entertainment and shopping hotspot.

Hounslow Council’s blueprint for the town centre would see the Alexandra Road and Holloway Street car parks turned into a shopping and entertainment complex with a cinema.

It also includes the creation of three distinct quarters for the town - Lampton, High Street and Kinglsey, that would offer an array of independent shops, housing and leisure facilities, including a new civic arts space.

Borough regeneration lead Councillor Ruth Cadbury said Hounslow residents could offer their views on the proposals at a series of events between now and the end of the consultation on 8 June.

“It’s crucial that we hear from residents about what they think of our plans to make their borough a more prosperous and better place to live and work,” she said.

Hounslow Council is currently looking for a development partner for its £100 million High Street Quarter vision.


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