Khan approves Hawkins Brown's Brentford development

Sadiq-Khan

Khan intervened after council rejected scheme in February

London mayor Sadiq Khan has given the go-ahead to a Hawkins Brown housing development previously knocked back by the local council.

Khan approved plans for 441 new homes on the site of a former Citroen car dealership in Brentford – of which 218 will be “affordable”. These include both shared ownership for first-time buyers and homes based on social rent levels for households on low incomes.

Khan made the decision to intervene after Hounslow council refused planning permission in February.

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