Residents in Slough are to be consulted on the future development of the site of Tower House and Ashbourne House on Chalvey Park.

Slough Borough Council owns both properties, as well as surrounding open space to the south and car parking area to the north.

The council first invited residents to share their views at a drop in session in July, to see proposals for redeveloping the site and now a second drop in session is being held on Thursday, November 15 to reach any stakeholders not already consulted.

Proposals for the Tower and Ashbourne site include plans to demolish the existing buildings to provide new housing, comprising a mixture of one, two and three bed homes and mews houses.

The council has suggested this will provide ‘much needed social and affordable housing’.

Cllr Mohammed Nazir, cabinet member for housing, said: “Many Slough residents have called Tower and Ashbourne home over the years but the buildings have now come to the end of their useful lives and we’re looking to redevelop the site.

“Our vision for housing in Slough is simple. We want everybody – whether they’re buying, privately renting or in need of social housing in the town – to have access to a decent quality home.”