Richmond upon Thames Borough Council
United Kingdom


The site occupies an area of approximately 0.34 hectares and was formerly Ryde House, a mixed-use building comprising of 2,500 square meters of office accommodation and a further 202 square meters of retail floor space on the ground floor.

Lidl have been working closely with the council and the Education Funding Agency (EFA) to develop a proposal that all parties are excited about.

• Provision of a new neighbourhood foodstore.
• 55 exclusive to Lidl, free car parking spaces will be provided; of which 3 will be disabled and 3 will be parent and child spaces.
• A limited range of products necessitating ‘top up’ shopping using existing surrounding retailers.
• A limited range of product lines which encourages customers to shop with retailers in the established local center.
• A design that responds to the site’s characteristics, context and local built environment.
• Provision of up to 40 new jobs for local residents.

Deer Park School

• Provision of a new primary two form entry school set over two floors, 6 classrooms on each floor, for approximately 420 students and 55 full and part-time staff members (when the school is at capacity, 2024).
• Deer Park will promote sustainable modes of transport to and from school. To help facilitate this there will be a number of cycling and scooter spaces (total 72).
• The core hours of the day are from 8.40am (soft start) 8.55am (all children in school) until 3.20am. Breakfast club is available from 7.45am and after school clubs and provision will run up until 6.00pm.
• A member of staff will be on ‘duty’ from 8.40am each day to supervise children as they arrive at school. A ‘soft start’ will be encouraged so that as children arrive they proceed directly to their classrooms where their class teacher will be waiting
• Due to the constraints of the site. Deer Park will make a number of arrangements for offsite sporting activities.

For Further information, please visit our website (www.richmond.lidl.co.uk)

We, the undersigned, fully support Lidl’s application for the provision of a neighbourhood discount foodstore at Ryde House, 383-393 Richmond Road, Twickenham.

We agree to our petition data being used by Lidl to lobby local Councillors and the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames to aid progression of the planning application.

Address data may also be used to provide updates on the progress of the development / planning process. Information will not be passed to a third party, nor be used for sales purposes.

The Support Lidl in Twickenham petition to Richmond upon Thames Borough Council was written by Mordenproperty and is in the category Business at GoPetition.