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Kenavon Drive, Reading

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Kenavon Drive, Reading

Following on from public consultation last year, L&Q have now formally submitted a planning application for delivery of 765 new homes, including affordable homes, on the existing Toys R Us and Homebase site in the heart of Reading (application number 170509). The proposals outline how the scheme aims to reflect the heritage of the site as a former Huntley and Palmer biscuit factory, using materials which reflect brick detailing and shaping the scheme t…

Thank you to everyone who visited us at our exhibition on Tuesday. We had a great turnout at the Town Hall where we also held a special presentation. If you missed us you can still take a look at the exhibition boards that were on display under the 'Resources' section of our website.

Following on from our consultation events in June, the team at L&Q have been adding further detail to the proposals for a striking development of new apartments, houses, riverside dining  and public spaces in the heart of Reading.  We’d like to show you the progress we have made and give everyone a chance to chat to the team and feed into the plans before submission of a planning application towards the end of the year. Come along and meet the team a…

Thanks for coming!

08 Jun 2016

Thank you to everyone who turned up at our public exhibition yesterday, we had a great turnout at the Bel and Dragon and even the weather stayed nice for us. If you missed us you can still catch the team at Waterfest on Saturday 11 June (we’ll be on the riverfront by the Homebase building itself) or view the exhibition boards here.

On Saturday 11th June 2016, from 11am - 5pm we are providing another opportunity to preview the proposals for Kenavon Drive. We will have a stall at Waterfest along the riverfront by the Homebase store.

Consultation Launched

26 May 2016

L&Q, one of the country’s leading residential developers, is proposing a scheme of new apartments, houses, riverside cafes and public spaces right in the heart of central Reading. Currently the site of Homebase and Toys R Us, it is proposed that the site is redeveloped to deliver between 700 and 800 new homes, just some of the 5,210 new homes Reading needs to deliver up to 2026. Reading Borough Council has signalled that it would like to see more new …