Two main car parks will permanently close to make way for a huge mixed-use complex in Hounslow town centre.
Residents are reminded that Alexandra Road and Holloway Street car parking facilities will no longer be available from 6pm on Sunday (October 1).
The closure will pave the way for the Hounslow High Street Quarter development made up of 527 homes as well as a multiscreen cinema development.
It will also consists of shops, restaurants and a new car park.
There are a number of alternative car parking spaces available in the borough:
- Bell Road
- Civic Centre
- Kingsley Road (Hounslow East)
- Montague Road East
- Montague Road West
- Prince Regent Road South
- Sunrize Plaza car park
The bigger facilities are available at the Treaty Centre and Blenheim Centre.
Hounslow Council has warned drivers who keep their vehicles in the car parks after Sunday will be issued a penalty charge notice (PCN).
Councillor Amrit Mann, deputy leader of Hounslow Council, previously said: “We will also ensure there is the minimum disruption and residents can continue to use and park at our town centres as normal.”
The housing scheme is being delivered by Barratt Homes and will see almost half (41%) of the flats provide more affordable housing in the borough, as promised by the local authority.
Parking will be back on the site once the development opens its doors in 2020.
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