The Triangle site on Beadon Road and Hammersmith Grove

The 2015 planning refusal of the proposed development was due to be reviewed at a public enquiry earlier this year; however the enquiry was postponed, and the developer has now submitted a revised scheme, responding to some of the issues which led to the earlier refusal. We remain concerned at the overall bulk and scale…

New development on Hammersmith Bridge Road

Planning consent was granted in August for the redevelopment of the site at the rear of King Street, at the back of Boots and M+S, with a scheme including an 11-storey office building and a 21-storey hotel. This is a major development, designed by leading architects Rogers Stirk Harbour Partners. An earlier proposal included a…

Town Hall development

The developer of the scheme which received planning consent in 2014 has reported that the proposals are no longer viable. Cllr Steve Cowan, leader of the Council, is initiating a new design, generally following the height limits of the former scheme, and including a cinema, affordable homes and public open space. Further information is likely…

Still time to speak out on changes to 266 and 391 buses

Transport for London is consulting on proposed changes to bus routes in Hammersmith and Fulham and the wider area of West London in response to the launch of the Elizabeth line, better known as Crossrail, in December 2018. Under the proposals, some bus routes will be altered and new ones introduced in order to improve connections with…

Wellesley avenue planning Proposal

Plans have been submitted for a huge redevelopment of the garage on Wellesley Avenue. Please see this link for more information. A neighbours’ meeting will take place on Thursday 6 July at 7pm, at the Thatched House pub on Dalling Road. The final date for objections to the council planning office is July 11.

BT proposed works on 24 July

Please be advised on the 24 July for two nights between 00:00-05:00 BT need to access two chambers on Hammersmith Road/Hammersmith Broadway to repair a fault. There will be no noisy works involved. BT proposed a road closure to complete the works over one night, however after a further discussions it was agreed to complete…

Landmark House

A planning application for a hotel and offices on the site of Landmark House, between the back of Boots/M+S and the main road, is currently being considered by LBHF. Following widespread concern at the height of the hotel tower, the application design was amended, and the tower height is now 21 storeys plus the ground…

Consultation on basement conversions

Hammersmith & Fulham Council wants to know what local residents and businesses think about two frequent planning issues. National permitted development rights allow developers and homeowners to convert the basements of residential properties without seeking planning permission. Some say developers digging-up and extending of basements can cause noise nuisance, and disruption to a local area,…