Residents are being invited to attend the Public Inquiry into the Udney Park Planning Application which is set to take place throughout November.

Quantum Teddington Developers Ltd applied to Richmond to get permissions to transform the Imperial College's private grounds in Teddington into a modernised medical space that would be fitted with 12 General Practitioner (GP) surgeries and 107 care home apartments with parking, a public park and a sports facility.

However, more than 1,600 Teddington residents have rejected the proposals.

The Inquiry is currently scheduled to take place from 9:30am to 1pm and at 2pm to 5pm between November 5th to November 8th, November 12th to November 15th, and on November 19th and November 20th.

Residents are advised that the dates may be subject to change.

However the first day will commence at 10am and the session will end at 2pm.

On November 13th there will be an evening session starting at 6pm rather than a daytime session to allow those unable to attend during normal working hours to give evidence.

The evening session will take place in the Clarendon Hall adjoining York House.

Members of the public may attend the inquiry and, at the Inspector’s discretion, express their views.