Outline of points for supporters’ letters and e-mails

Thanks to all who have written in to Hounslow Council to date. But there is more to do now.

As you may know Brentford FC recently submitted (on 26th September) further information to Hounslow Council in response to their queries which were based on comments they had received from local objectors and statutory consultees.

This information comprised an Environmental Statement Addendum and included information relating to transport, noise, air quality, landscape and visual impact and ecology.  In addition the Applicant also submitted information, by way of clarification, to respond to other matters raised during the consultation period. If you wish you can access this material through either of the following links;

Brentford Community Stadium.com/

Planning at London Borough of Hounslow

Navigate to planning search and use reference number below and click on documents. All the documents dated 3/10/2013 are those recently submitted.

Below are the headline planning topics to help you write further or new letters to Hounslow Council. We don’t want to send you a template letter as it is important you say what you think is important and the responses are individual.


Can be submitted in the following ways:

By Post to:

Development Management, London Borough of Hounslow, Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow, TW3 4DN

By Email:


Please include ref no 00703/A/P11 in the subject title, mark the email for the attention of Shane Baker and include your name and full postal address.


• Views and nearby heritage assets – The results of this study confirmed that the proposed development is screened from view and the impact negligible. Three additional views viewpoints (the first from outside Temperate House in Kew Gardens and a further two from Kew Green) were commissioned and assessed.

• Additional traffic modelling – The scope of the Transport Assessment has been expanded to include an assessment of match day peak hours on a weekday evening in addition to weekend matches.  The additional modelling reinforces the original Transport Assessment’s conclusion that the impact of evening matches can be appropriately managed.

• Brentford FC Community Sports Trust  – An Addendum to the Community Benefits Statement has been submitted which further demonstrates the work that the Brentford Football Club Community Sports Trust does and the positive impact that the Trust has on the lives of many individuals across four West London boroughs: Hounslow, Ealing, Hillingdon and Richmond.

• Community contribution (section 106 agreement)- The Club is in discussion with the LB Hounslow to agree provision of a section 106 education contribution.

Additional community benefits

Community Sports Trust

New facilities for the Brentford FC Community Sports Trust.

Enhanced provision from Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, including Sport and Coach Development, Education Sport, Volunteering, Community Cohesion and Safety and Health and Wellbeing programmes. 


Stadium Lecture Theatre and Media Working Room available for educational and training use on a non-match day.

Expanded purpose built premises for the Learning Zone, including 50 workstations.

Facilities for a new Interim Education Centre to accommodate young people excluded from mainstream schools. 

Health and wellbeing 

Potential space within the Stadium future fit out space that could, if required, be used for a new surgery or dentist.

An indoor climbing wall.

A public cycle parking hub and cycle proficiency schemes.

Potential catalyst to assist with improvements to Gunnersbury Park and the creation of a dynamic sports hub.


Re-opening of Kew Bridge Station underpass to include 24/7 wheelchair access to the London bound platform of Kew Bridge Station.

A significant payment to Network Rail to contribute to the cost of Kew Bridge Station improvements.

A new pedestrian and vehicular bridge over the railway line linking Capital Interchange Way and the stadium