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Concorde Close

We want our customers to love living at Concorde Close by bringing them high quality, energy efficient homes, improved communal areas, landscaping and security.

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  • Overview
  • Engagement
  • FAQs
  • Documents
  • Meet the team
  • Get in touch


About Concorde Close

Concorde Close located in Hounslow is wholly owned by Home Group. The estate comprises of 43 properties of social and affordable rent tenures, with a mixture of bedsits and 2 bedroom flats. We’re working with the community, local stakeholders and consultants to regenerate Concorde Close estate in Hounslow and bring quality homes to our customers. This scheme aims to provide a mix of quality homes to meet the broad range of local housing needs and contribute to achieving a truly mixed and balanced community. 

The estate was originally built around 1977 and has developed issues that can’t be addressed with ongoing maintenance. Customers have experienced a number of problems due to the outdated design and building techniques used, such as:

  • Properties in a state of decline
  • Outdated heating and insulation generating high energy bills
  • Unsuitable housing for community needs resulting in overcrowding and under-occupation

Poorly designed communal and private areas and a lack of security have lead to a rise in anti-social behaviour such as:

  • Fly tipping
  • Rough sleeping
  • Drug dealing and using
  • Non-resident access
  • Noise complaints associated with non-residents
  • Non-resident parking

Regeneration will give our customers:

  • Lower fuel bills with energy efficient homes
  • Peace of mind with security features
  • Green open spaces to enjoy
  • Modern homes meeting customer needs
  • Housing which meets the needs of the wider community
  • Well located social rent and affordable housing

Options for Concorde Close

The original proposal for the regeneration of Concorde Close was refused at planning committee in January 2019. Following the refusal, Home Group sought advice from a range of stakeholders and experts on how to proceed and decided not to appeal the refusal. Home Group undertook a full review of the refused scheme and also revisiting options for the estate. These options included:

Option 1 - Ongoing Maintenance

Option 2 - Refurbishment

Option 3 - Part Refurbishment / Part Redevelopment

Option 4 - Full Redevelopment Scheme

Following this review and publication of our findings, after consultation in February 2020 with Concorde Close customers and the surrounding neighbours and reviewing their feedback, Home Group decided to pursue Option 4 - Full Redevelopment Scheme.

Investing in quality homes

Planned maintenance, rather than regeneration, could cost over £3.3 million over the next 30 years, including around £2 million on structural repairs like external walkways, underpass ceilings, roof and stairwells. This figure doesn’t include the additional costs of responsive repairs, which are higher than average at Concorde Close compared to other Home Group estates.


The proposal

Information about the proposal, why it's needed and how it affects you.

Questions about the homes, car parking and public spaces

Some of the frequently asked questions about homes, car parking and public spaces.

Questions about the homes, car parking and public spaces

Some of the frequently asked questions about homes, car parking and public spaces.

Future engagement

How we're keeping you up to date and involved.

Meet the team

We’ve brought together a team to make sure we deliver the best regeneration scheme for our customers.

The Home Group team

Matt Angus (Regeneration Development Manager) will be leading the planning and design process, up to and including submission of all planning applications, both outline and detailed.

Davina Imbuldeniya (Senior Regeneration Manager - Engagement) will be leading on the consultation and engagement process as well as planning the overall decant programme.

Anthony Malek (Regeneration Officer) is the main point of contact for customer queries about the regeneration and will be undertaking all one-to-one appointments with households as we move forward with any proposals. Anthony's experience lies in supporting customers and delivering move programmes, making sure all residents get support and information throughout the engagement process.

Emma Murgatroyd (Lead Regeneration Development Manager), working with Matt, will be leading on the planning and design process, up to and including submission of all planning applications, both outline and detailed.

Farrells are internationally recognised architects and urban designers with studios in London, Hong Kong and Shanghai. They have designed award-winning buildings and masterplans throughout the world for over half a century. Farrells' specialism is mixed-use urban complexes, often based around transport interchanges, with responsive, imaginative and skilled design with a focus on environmental sustainability, using resources wisely and creating resilient communities.

Field Consulting are experts in community engagement and have worked on high-profile schemes, ranging from city skyscrapers, estate regeneration, new retail developments, new infrastructure and new sporting facilities.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the proposed regeneration, please contact:

Anthony Malek, Regeneration Officer, Home Group
3rd Floor, Farringdon Point, 33 Farringdon Road, London EC1M 3JF

M: 07739 303 144

If you are not a Home Group customer but wish to speak with someone about Concorde Close, please contact Clarke Heron at Field Consulting.

T: 0207 0967 733

M: 07912 649 322


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