|West 12 Centre Owners 'Exploring Options' for Site's Future|
Landsec launch consultation asking local people to give their views
Landsec, owners of the West 12 Shopping Centre on the south side of Shepherd's Bush Green say they are "exploring options for the future of the site".
Landsec say: "The Shepherd’s Bush area has changed beyond recognition since West 12 Shopping Centre first opened its doors in the 1970s. It’s seen the opening of Westfield; the BBC Television Centre becoming a residential area; the arrival of Imperial College’s campus and the new business district, White City Place.
"In contrast with these developments in the surrounding area, West 12 has remained largely unchanged. Landsec, owners of the site since 2005, believe that it could be significantly improved for the benefit of all those who live or work locally. We are now exploring options for the future of the site.
"We are at a very early stage in thinking and planning for the future of West 12. We intend to consult with local people as our plans evolve.
" At this early stage please tell us what you think currently works, what doesn’t and how you might like to see the site change."
You can have your say by taking part in an online questionnaire on the project's website.
This site has a further explanation of the plans, saying Landsec wants to understand your views about the future of the West 12 site ahead of possible redevelopment. Shepherd Court and Bush Court, together with the deck on which they sit will remain untouched (with no impact on tenancies and leases).
This initial phase of the consultation will be open until late September and regular news updates will be posted on this website.
Landsec add that they are especially interested in your views on:
What you like about the West 12 site now
The range of shops and services
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September 3, 2018