Brendon Walsh

Director of Regeneration, Economic Development and Environment

LB Hounslow

Brendon is the Director of Regeneration, Economic Development and Environment.

Over the last 13 years Brendon has led large scale successful town centre regeneration projects in Oxfordshire and West London, including Didcot and Ealing town centres.  In his current role Brendon is responsible for all aspects of the Borough’s physical development, including planning, property, building control and streetscape as well as leisure and public health. 

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