The proposed redevelopment of Meudon House (pictured above) on Meudon Avenue will see the delivery of 205 high-quality new homes in central Farnborough, comprising 93 one-bedroom flats, 80 two-bedroom flats and 32 three-bedroom townhouses.
The development will also include 372 parking spaces, cycle storage, extensive landscaping and public space.
The redevelopment is expected to commence in 2019.
Rushmoor Borough Council approved the planning application last Wednesday (7th November).
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The decision will lead to the demolition of the existing Meudon House, a two-floor office building covering 80,808 sq ft, which has been disused since June 2016.
Duncan Brisbane, development director at Telereal Trillium, said that it was very pleased that councillors had backed its plans for the redevelopment of Meudon House.
“This site has been vacant for a number of years and will now be able to make a positive contribution to the town once again, offering new apartments and houses in a range of sizes in a great location.”
Telereal Trillium was advised by GL Hearn.
Update: 12th November 2018
An earlier version of this article reported that there was 72 car parking spaces. The figure is actually 372.