A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
Introducing one of London’s prime development hotspots ripe for investment.
The Great West Corridor runs along the A4 and M4 through Osterley, Brentford to Chiswick and is the first major business district reached on the route from Heathrow Airport through to central London.
The Great West Corridor is also called as “The Golden Mile” and refers to the part of the corridor between Gillette Corner and the Chiswick roundabout on the A4.
In total, some 200 companies employ around 25,000 people along this stretch down to Chiswick Park.
And now for the first time since 1925, the London Borough of Hounslow has an ambitious new vision for this strategic stretch. There are more opportunities for development along the whole corridor from Heathrow to central London making a ‘Golden Highway’ fit for twenty first century business needs.
GOLDEN MILE – A NEW VISION
Draft Great West Corridor Local Plan review sets out the vision, objectives and options to help guide future development in the area over the next 15 years.
Great West Corridor area covers the eastern part of the Borough comprising of parts of the wards of Osterley, Syon, Brentford and Turnham Green. The area extends along the A4 / Great West Road (GWR) that runs from the Power Road in the east, to Gillette Corner in the west.
- Chapter 1 –Introduction
- Chapter 2 – Setting the scene
- Chapter 3 – Vision and Objectives
- Chapter 4 – Spatial policies
- Chapter 5 – Places Policies
- Chapter 6 – Delivery and Monitoring
- Appendix 1- Site Allocations