A new extra care housing scheme proposed for the site of the former Ex-Servicemens Club in Feltham in Bedfont Lane, could create 92 homes for elderly and vulnerable adults, if given the go ahead.
The plans are currently at the concept design stage and Hounslow Council would like to hear what local residents think about the scheme.
As well as the homes, the building would boast state of the art facilities specifically designed for residents with dementia and learning disabilities.
The proposals for the extra care housing scheme are part of the council’s ongoing commitment to provide 400 new council homes across the borough.
Residents can visit a public exhibition of the plans on Tuesday 8 December at the Community Centre, 9 Proctors Close, Feltham, TW14 9NB, from 5pm to 7.30pm. They’re also available online http://www.hounslow.gov.uk/index/council_and_democracy/consultations.htm and views on the plans can also be shared by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
Councillor Katherine Dunne, Cabinet Member for Housing, Equalities and Inclusion, Hounslow Council said: “We’re committed to making sure there is more affordable housing in the borough and that also includes providing proper support for residents who need specialised housing.
“Good quality housing is key to quality of life; especially for people who require physical adaptations to their homes and residential care.
“We believe that this scheme proposed for the Ex-Servicemens Club will help us keep vulnerable adults safe and independent but we want to hear from residents on what they think.”