More than 30 firefighters are tackling a blaze affecting homes in Feltham, which broke out on Monday (August 22) afternoon, shortly before 3.30pm.
London Fire Brigade said it was called to Evans Grove, Feltham, at 3.24pm and had sent six fire engines and 35 firefighters and officers.
A photo from the scene appeared to show flames had gutted the roof of one house and spread to the roof of a neighbouring property.
It is not yet known whether anyone has been injured, and the cause of the fire is also unknown at this stage.
London Ambulance Service said it had a crew at the scene, but was not able to provide any further details at this stage.
Evans Grove is a small residential street close to the A316 Great Chertsey Road.
A pathway off Evans Grove leads to Crane Park, which is home to a wide variety of wildlife including water voles, woodpeckers and kingfishers.
No one believed to have been injured
And with that it’s time to close the blog.
No one is understood to have been injured, and we hope that’s true, though the fire brigade has said it is too early to confirm whether that’s the case.
As previously mentioned, 35 firefighters spent just over 90 minutes tackling the blaze at a row of terraced houses, which gutted the roof of one home and damaged those of at least one neighbouring property.
Fire now under control
London Fire Brigade says the fire is now under control, after 35 firefighters spent an hour-and-a-half battling the flames.
It said the blaze broke out at a row of four terraced houses, and damaged part of the roof of those homes.
The brigade was called at 3.24pm and sent crews from Twickenham, Richmond, Feltham, Heston and Heathrow fire stations, who brought the fire under control at 4.54pm.
The cause of the fire remains unknown.
Fire has gutted roof of house and spread to neighbouring home
This is the first photo of the fire, which appears to have gutted the roof of one house and spread to a neighbouring property.
The image is courtesy of London Fire Brigade, which says its crews are still working hard at the scene.
Buses on diversion due to house fire
Transport for London says buses are being diverted due to a house fire in Saxon Avenue, Feltham.
Saxon Avenue is a stone’s throw from Evans Grove, though it is not known if this is the same incident or a separate one.
Paramedics at the scene of the blaze
London Ambulance Service has a crew at the scene of the fire.
A spokeswoman for the LAS said she was unable to provide any further details at this stage.
It is not known whether anyone has been injured.
Scene of the fire is close to Crane Park
As you can see from this photo, Evans Grove is a small residential road.
It is close to the A316 Great Chertsey Road, and a pathway off the road leads to Crane Park.
Not yet known if anyone has been injured
An LFB spokeswoman said it was not known at this stage whether anyone has been injured.
She was also unable to say whether the property affected was a residential or commercial premises.
Six fire engines at the scene of the blaze
London Fire Brigade says it has sent six fire engines to the scene of the blaze in Evans Grove, Feltham.
An LFB spokeswoman said it was called at 3.24pm and had sent firefighters and officers from Feltham, Richmond and Heathrow fire stations.