You are likely aware that Solum Regeneration has a planning application in to redevelop Twickenham Station. The overview of the application is as follows:

“Demolition of existing station building and access gantries to the platforms and redevelopment to provide; a podium across the existing railway lines; a new station concourse with stair and lifts to platform level; three buildings ranging in height between 8 storeys and 3 storeys comprising 165 residential units, 734 sqm of flexible Use Class A1 (shops), A2 (financial and professional services), A3 (restaurant and café) and D2 (leisure) floorspace, plant space including a combined heat and power plant, and green roofs; sustainable transport facilities to include a taxi rank, kiss and ride and car club spaces, 35 commuter car parking spaces (including disabled spaces), residents disabled spaces, delivery and servicing spaces, electric car charging points, 250 cycle spaces for commuters and 208 cycle spaces for residents; provision of a new station plaza, river walkway including children’s playspace, soft and hard landscaping; and off site highway works to include the relocation of the existing bus stop.”

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