• 20th January 2012

Teddington housing developments

Teddington housing developments

PlanningMany Council and private developments have appeared in Teddington over recent years – below is a map so you can see what is in development, already completed or being planned.

“Craig House” on Park Road is a development by Richmond Housing Partnership of affordable houses and is still on track to be completed on time despite the theft of lead from the building site. Neighbours are encouraged to report any suspicious activities on the site after 5pm week days or any time at the weekend to the police.


Craig House on Park Road

Bulldozers last week moved in to start the demolition of the Somerset House site – this is a large development that campaigners fought against on the grounds of overcrowding in an already highly populated town vs parking spaces and other amenities.


Somerset House demolition. Photo: Avery Architect

The plans for Kingston Road Shell Station housing development are now online – a slightly amended number of dwellings, now seven three-bedroom houses and one two-bedroom flat. Residents are still finding it difficult to head to petrol stations further afield to fuel-up.

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Red: permission still pending or denied
Grey: permission granted & work underway or complete

Some developments never see the light of day – they are rejected or withdrawn such as this plan to add an additional floor to Causeway House for residences. It’s great to see that developments are no longer languishing whilst they awaiting funding but it cannot be denied that the population of Teddington is definitely growing!

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  • Peter Denton 20th January 2012 at 20:52

    Seems to me that many of the people who oppose new affordable housing projects are quite comfortably installed middle-class home-owners, securely employed. A little bit of charitable thinking about other people’s needs and predicaments wouldn’t be out of place.

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