Concerns have been raised over the promised footbridge to link two new buildings at Chiswick Business Park to Chiswick Park tube station.
While developers have built the two new office spaces, Six and Seven, there is no sign of the pedestrian crossing which was designed to encourage commuters to use Chiswick Park tube station and ease congestion at Gunnersbury station.
The lack of commitment to fulfill the plans for the footbridge has been deemed a failure by Labour parliamentary candidate for Brentford and Isleworth Ruth Cadbury , who added Chiswick Business Park has let down the people of Chiswick.
Ms Cadbury said: “It was a condition of Building Six being occupied that some improvements were made to Gunnersbury station. These are not yet complete.
"It is a condition for Building Seven to be occupied that the footbridge is built.
"Following on from discussions with Marie Rabouhans of the West Chiswick and Gunnersbury Society, I raised this as an urgent matter with Hounslow Council’s planning department.
"They have now written to the developers reiterating that the footbridge must be built.
"I have been assured by the leaders of Ealing and Hounslow Councils, Julian Bell and Steve Curran, that the footbridge has their full support.”
Hounslow council has said it is looking at all the options into building a footbridge.
Councillor Steve Curran said: “We are working with all parties to explore how this footbridge can be built.
"We know how important the bridge is to improve the commute of anyone using Gunnersbury Station and employees going to work at businesses nearby.”