Tower planned for Chiswick roundabout
Thu 25 February 2016, 2:08 pm
Starbones, a subsidiary of Galliard Homes, has lodged plans to build west Londonís tallest tower on the Chiswick roundabout site.
The developer has appointed architect Studio Egret West to design the scheme, which is 32 storeys high and has been named the Chiswick Curve. It would feature 320 apartments, of which 30% would be allocated for affordable housing.
The scheme includes a viewing platform on the 32nd floor, around 4,500sq m of creative office space and digital advertising displays.
Around 108 car parking spaces have been allocated to the basement, and the scheme would include a cafe and gallery on the ground and first floors respectively.
Plans were abandoned last year (2015) for a 10-storey building shrouded in LED advertising – known as The London Octopus.