A PUBLIC meeting will be held on Wednesday (November 21) to discuss the plans for Brentford High Street.
Hounslow Council has organised the meeting to provide the opportunity for residents to question Irish developer Ballymore and its design team on the results of a consultation held earlier this year.
Ballymore will outline suggested amendments to their planning application to re-develop the south of the high street in response to points raised by the council and the local community.
A number of local groups will give their views on the application and suggest alterations and there will also be an opportunity for people to make comments. There has been wide-spread criticism of the plans so far, with many residents branding them as 'agressive, overbearing and underwhelming'.
An online petition put forward by Brentford High Street Steering Group has also been signed by over 150 people who are against the current Ballymore plans for 18 six to eleven storey high blocks with 929 flats.
The Steering Group petition says the plans do not deliver the world-class scheme Brentford's historic town centre should be.
The plans, models and design boards with suggested amendments by Ballymore will be available at St Pauls Church, Brentford, to view from 6pm until 7pm when the meeting will start.