Support Syon Lane’s Future

  • Up to 2,150 much needed new homes
  • Family sized units and 35% affordable homes
  • £30 million investment to support local infrastructure
  • A new sustainable flagship Tesco store and pharmacy
  • Seven acres of new green and public spaces
  • Provision for a new pub, shops, restaurants and leisure centres
  • …and more!

Take Action

To send a letter in support of the two schemes please fill in the form:

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After being approved by Hounslow Council our applications to regenerate Osterley Place and Syon Gardens brownfield and deliver up to 2,150 high quality homes has been called in by the Secretary of State for Department of Levelling Up Housing and Communities (DLUHC) and are going to inquiry in March 2022. Sign up to support new homes, new amenities, more efficient and sustainable transport, new retail and more green space for London.

New homes for Hounslow

  • Up to 2,150 high quality homes
  • Mix of homes including family sized units
  • 35% affordable housing provision

New green space
and community amenities

  • A new sustainable flagship Tesco store and pharmacy
  • 7 acres of newly created green space
  • 400 new trees planted across two brownfield sites
  • Two dedicated high quality community spaces
  • Provision for a new pub, shops, restaurants and leisure centres


  • Safeguarding existing Tesco jobs
  • Hundreds of construction jobs supported each year over development cycle
  • Apprenticeship and job opportunities for local young people

Better transport

  • £30m invested to support local infrastructure
  • Improvements to the local road network and delivery of green transport mobility hub
  • New and safer pedestrian and cycle routes
  • 400 car parking spaces
  • 100% provision for electric vehicle charging

Dear Sir/Madam,

Re: Osterley Place and Syon Gardens sites (ref: P/2020/3100 and P/2020/3099).

I am writing in support of the two planning applications relating to the regeneration of the Osterley Place and Syon Gardens sites.

The proposals will transform two underutilised brownfield sites into a vibrant new community with much needed high-quality homes, a green transport mobility hub and space for a new pub, shops and restaurants.

We should be prioritising development on brownfield sites. These proposals can deliver up to 2,150 much needed homes with a mix of housing types and sizes, including family-sized accommodation, and 35% affordable home provision.

By investing £30 million in supporting local and wider infrastructure improvements, the project will help the sustainability and efficiency of Hounslow and London’s road and cycle network as well as boosting the local economy.

The seven acres of new green space, including an enhanced publicly accessible ‘Water Gardens’ and planting of over 400 new trees, will deliver immense benefits to the community feel of the area. These green spaces will be enjoyed by the local community and nearby employees, as well as the new flagship Tesco Extra store including a pharmacy, extensive commercial and retail offering and new community square.

In summary, I strongly support these applications for the housing and associated public benefits that will be delivered and I urge you to grant consent.

Yours Truly,