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Hillingdon Council Planning Committee will decide what happens to the former Yiewsley swimming pool site and the Yiewsley Library site.

These Yiewsley sites are supposed to be protected by recreational covenants.

You can see the most recent 2023 plans here: Planning application

Send in an objection now to the council via the planning web site or by email or by post to:

Planning Department, Hillingdon Council, Civic Centre, High Street, Uxbridge, UB8 1UW

There is also a petition on Change.Org encouraging objection to the latest proposals.

You can sign it here.

What are the main differences between the new 2023 Application and the 2021 Application?

We asked the Planning Officer responsible what the differences were between the withdrawn 2021 Application and the Planning Application in 2023 which is currently under assessment.

He told us these were some of the differences:

"Unit Mix:

The previous application proposed 50 units on both sites resulting a total of 100 new residential units. This application seeks planning consent for 50 units on the Falling Lane site and 45 on the Otterfield Road site resulting in a reduction of 5 units across the development as a whole. This is mainly due to the buildings reduced massing on Otterfield Road.  It is noted that the existing submission also proposes a minor increase in floor area for the library and the development now also incorporates a new community space at ground floor level.

Some other variations to the scheme listed below:

Falling Lane

Falling Lane elevation :

High Street elevation:

Otterfield Road

Objections to the withdrawn 2021 Planning Application included: