Former Dairy Crest Site planning applications
Information on the Former Dairy Crest Site planning applicationsThe council approved an application subject to conditions and a s106 agreement, for outline planning permission for 4.95 hectares of land, to the east of Wood Lane, accessed via Depot Road, to the west of the West London Railway Land. To the north, the site extends under part of the A40 Westway.
The proposal is for a comprehensive development involving demolition of all existing buildings on the site for a mixed used residential led scheme providing up to 1,150 new homes, business space, local retail and associated services, restaurants/cafes, leisure and a range of community facilities comprising healthcare, crèches and a multi-purpose community building incorporating basement and service level car parking.
The scheme also proposes an Urban Square, a public Central Garden Square and communal and private courtyards and gardens between the buildings.
Case ref. 2012/02454/OUT - Granted. 21st November 2014
The extent of the application site is shown on the site location plan below.
The applications were submitted on behalf of Aviva Investors and Helical Bar plc and were registered as valid on 19 July 2012.
Demolition of all existing buildings and structures and; Outline Planning Application for a residential led mixed use redevelopment comprising 11 building plots, with building heights ranging from 8-32 storeys (plus basement/podium level); to develop up to a maximum of 1,150 residential units; offices and employment uses; shops, services, cafes, restaurants, bars and take-aways; health, crèche and multi-purpose community facilities; leisure facilities; associated infrastructure works including basement and surface level car parking and servicing; a vehicular and pedestrian bridge, access roads and footways; energy centres; provision of new open spaces including a public garden, urban square, communal and private courtyards and gardens, together with other landscaping works, ancillary accommodation and associated works.