Plans Submitted For Bollo Lane Tower Blocks

Buildings up to 12 storeys high would be situated between level crossings

Visualisation of the planned building. Picture: Alistair Downie

A planning application for a part commercial part residential building on Bollo Lane has been submitted to Ealing Council.

This is the same projected that was consulted on last May and the scheme to build six blocks rising from 5 storeys to 12 on the Scuderia sports car garage site at 93 Bollo Lane.

It will be close to the 26 storey Brook House development which is part of a major project by Transport for London.

The scheme by Bollo Property Developments Limited is opposite the recently constructed Pocket Living building and between the two level crossings. It has been designed so that it would be able to incorporate a further development of the adjacent site at 95 Bollo Lane. The documents submitted with the applications states that negotiations are underway to acquire his site.

A public consultation was held this May about the project and no material changes resulted from the original design.

The buildings will contain 96 flats ranging from 1 to 3 bedroom with commercial space on a mezzanine and lower ground floor level. 33% of these units will be classed as affordable with a mix of shared ownership and affordable rent. The applicant says that the commercial space on the site will be increased by 50% and will be suitable for smaller businesses and include communal facilities such as conference rooms.

CGI of the Bollo Lane entrance
CGI of the Bollo Lane entrance. Picture: Alistair Downie

There will be roof terraces and a private gym on the 10th storey of one of the blocks for use by residents.

Graphic showing positioning of building
Graphic showing positioning of building. Picture: Alistair Downie

Further details of the application can be found by searching for the reference 214710FUL on the Ealing Council planning web pages.

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August 25, 2021