Inland Homes plc has gained planning consent for a mixed-use development comprising 1,525 homes and approximately 2,700m² of commercial space at Cavalry Barracks in West Hounslow. The Cavalry Barracks project sits within the Group's asset management division. Projects within this division are managed on behalf of an external investor or investors, with fees accruing to the Group at set project milestones in return for its land and planning expertise and management of the project. Located in an area of ongoing regeneration with high housing demand, this historical and strategically important site is one of the largest remaining brownfield sites in London at 36.7 acres. It also benefits from exceptional transport links to both central London and Heathrow airport.
The Cavalry Barracks is a unique opportunity in London to deliver much-needed homes, 35% of which will be affordable homes to meet a range of needs. As part of approved plans 14 Grade II listed and 9 locally listed buildings will be retained and brought back to life, and 10.6 acres of open space provided, along with contributions to make significant improvements to Beaversfield Park and Hounslow West station.
Nish Malde, Interim Chief Executive Officer at Inland Homes, commented:"Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow is an exceptional site and we have worked closely with the London Borough of Hounslow to agree the terms of the Section 106 agreement and achieve this significant planning consent. For a site of this historical significance and scale, this clearly demonstrates Inland Homes' success in working collaboratively with local Councils to secure planning consent on complex brownfield sites. With the consent granted, we look forward to supporting the external investors behind this impressive development and in that delivering regeneration and prosperity for Hounslow."