Revised planning application submitted for Old Station House

Images above: (left) revised extension plans for the Old Station House building; T2S Architecture Ltd, (right) consented design for the Old Station House; T2S Architecture Ltd

Two flats and a balcony added to revised proposals

A revised planning application has been submitted to Hounslow Council to make changes to the building housing the Old Station House pub, at 2 Grove Park Road.

LB Hounslow have already approved plans which would see the pub area untouched and four flats built at the site.

In the new design, six flats are being proposed. If approved, two one bed and four two bed flats will be built as would a balcony at the front of the building on the first floor.

T2S Architecture Ltd produced the plans on behalf of Associate Properties, who own the freehold of the building. The building’s maximum height would remain the same under the proposals.

A combination of post-lockdown uncertainty and earlier proposals to reduce the size of the pub space by 42%, caused concern the pub would not reopen but it has reopened under new management.

Starting out as the Grove Park Hotel in 1867 serving visitors to the Thames on the newly opened railway line, It became the Old Station House in 2008 and is operated at present by the Punch Taverns group.

For more information on the planning application, see Hounslow’s planning portal using the reference (P/2022/2425).

Image above: proposed balcony at the front of the building; T2S Architecture Ltd,

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