Brentford Football Club are delighted that Hounslow Council has resolved to grant planning permission for a new temporary training facility at Jersey Road, subject to further conditions.

The proposals are now being referred to the Mayor of London for his approval and the conclusion of a Section 106 Agreement.

The planning application for the temporary facilities was considered by the Council’s Planning Committee on Thursday 30 June, and was unanimously approved by committee members. This decision followed the Club’s consultation with the local community about the plans for both the temporary and permanent training facilities at Jersey Road.

This decision means that the Club can replace the existing buildings at Jersey Road. The new training facility, whilst temporary, will be of a much higher standard and represent a significant improvement on what we have now. It will act as a stepping-stone towards our longer-term vision for a state-of-the-art performance centre. The facilities will continue to be used by the First Team and B team.

The temporary facility will be in place for the next five years, enabling the Club to continue to develop its plans for a new permanent performance centre.

The Club are now working with the Council on the conditions agreed at the Planning Committee and are proceeding with preliminary works. The aim is that the new facilities will be operational by the end of the year.

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