Spring launch for High Street Quarter
by Natalie Vincent Tue 2 January 2018, 11:24 am
A £210 million mixed-use housing scheme in the centre of Hounslow will be launched in spring 2018 by housebuilder Barratt Homes.
The 2.48-ha former brownfield site, known as High Street Quarter is situated within Hounslow's town centre, in close proximity to Hounslow Central and Hounslow East stations and is centred around a 27-storey residential tower and a public square.
The quarter forms part of the wider regeneration scheme of Hounslow.
Barratt is delivering 528 homes and more than 9,830sq m of commercial floor space, including a new multiplex cinema, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Of the homes, 41% have been earmarked as 'affordable', comprising 61 properties for rent and 155 shared ownership units.
Karly Williams, regional sales director at Barratt London, said: “High Street Quarter will help breathe new life into Hounslow town centre, supporting this vibrant and diverse community.
"We will continue to work closely with the many stakeholders who have given so much time and energy to help create the vision for this project and we look forward to delivering one of the most exciting masterplans in London."