DEVELOPERS seeking to build a care home on the site of the former Matrix pub in South Harrow have revised their plans.
The venue, which lies at the crossroads of Eastcote Lane and Alexandra Avenue, had to be demolished following a fire in August 2008.
In February site owner Hayes Development Estates submitted plans for an 85-bed, three-storey care home - with an estimated one member of staff looking after each room - but local residents objected to the perceived lack of car parking since only 17 spaces would be created.
The firm withdrew the scheme and on October 3 lodged a set of tweaked proposals for a home of up to four storeys containing more rooms - 87 - but fewer car spaces, 14, while promoting public transport and car-sharing schemes for workers.
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