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Westcombe Lodge

Uxbridge Road, Hayes, Middlesex

Westcombe Lodge is situated off the Uxbridge Road and consists of 45 flats with communal facilities and completed in 1989.

Hayes was known as Hesa in Domesday and belonged to the Archbishop of Canterbury. It was once a straggling village now engulfed by London's expansion in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Nearby are the remains of an 11th century manor house and St Mary's Church has a timbered 16th century porch. For many years Hayes was a small farming community and until the end of the 19th century principally an agricultural and brickmaking area. Due to its location on the western approahes to London it soon became a magnet for light engineering companies the most famous of which included EMI and Fairey Aviation.

Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, lift, communal lounge, and garden.

Access: Hayes is about 14 miles west of Central London and about three miles from J3 of the M4. Uxbridge is about five miles and fast trains to London (Paddington) take about twenty minutes.
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Westcombe Lodge
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