Wheatstone House in Chiswick has been sold by property company Telereal Trillium to housing developers L&Q.

Telereal Trillium secured planning permission for the former BT telephone exchange site on Chiswick High Road in March last year, following a planning appeal and four day public enquiry after it was rejected by Hounslow council.

The redevelopment on the 0.8 acre site will see 95 one, two and three bedroom homes built including afforadble housing, along with parking spaces and a 4,995 sq ft commercial space.

Located between Chiswick and Brentford town centres, near to Kew Bridge and Chiswick Park, the scheme has been designed by ColladoCollins Architects.

CGI images of redevelopment of Wheatstone House in Chiswick

Graeme Hunter, group property director at Telereal Trillium said: “Gaining planning permission for the redevelopment of Wheatstone House was essential in establishing the opportunity to enhance this part of Chiswick High Road and increase the value of this asset.

“The mixed-use scheme will provide a central investment into the neighbourhood, while focusing on the housing demands of the area.”

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Jerome Geoghegan, group director of development and sales at L&Q, said: “We are pleased to have secured Wheatstone House in Chiswick and look forward to creating high quality new homes in Chiswick.

“L&Q are one of London’s leading residential developers and have a strong track record of building new homes for people across a range of incomes and creating places where people want to live”.

The site was marketed by Savills.