Proposals for a major redevelopment of more than 500 new homes on industrial land and plans for a 19-storey tower block next to a Tube line are due to be decided tomorrow (June 24).

Brent Council’s planning committee will assess an application to build a series of buildings at Capitol Industrial Park, Capitol Way, Queensbury.

Developers hope to build 501 homes across six buildings up to 12 storeys high, as well as a further eight ‘mews’ houses and a commercial building at the site.

Several objections were received following a consultation on the scheme, which related to the size and scale of the development and the impact on the existing infrastructure.

Councillors will also have to assess the level of affordable homes at the site, with a council report showing that, of the 509 units on offer, just 140 are deemed ‘affordable’.

Of these, 54 would be offered at affordable London rent, which is no more than 80 per cent of market value, while the remaining 86 would be put out for shared ownership.

If approved, developers would have to provide a revised travel plan and a financial contribution to support surrounding travel networks.

The scheme could also be subject to approval by the Mayor of London and the Secretary of State.

Plans for a building up to 19 storeys next to a London Underground line will also be discussed as part of the agenda.

There are proposals for 124 new homes – all of which are deemed affordable – at the former Westend Saab and Boyriven Textile site in Bridgewater Road, Alperton.

A council report shows there was one objection to the project, which cited concerns around the impact of parking in Bridgewater Road.

However, Brent Council officers said these had been addressed as part of the scheme’s transport considerations, adding that it has been put forward as a car-free development save for blue badge spaces.

Officers recommended that the planning committee approve both these applications.