Haymarket media group, which owns Teddington Studios, is holding a second consultation on plans to develop the site into new homes.

In July, Haymarket unveiled initial proposals to build 250 homes on the riverside site but has reduced the number to 215 houses after consultation.

There has also been a reduction in the building height and size towards the river and Broom Road, parking provision has been increased and more public space has been created on the riverfront.

The plans for the site, which Haymarket has owned since 2004, will be on show at the Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, on October 22 and 23, from 3pm to 9pm.

People are invited to give feedback on the updated scheme before a planning application is submitted later in the year.

Haymarket also plans to move its 1,000 staff, currently located in Hammersmith and Teddington, to a single site in the borough by 2014.

The media group is exploring the possibility of basing its new headquarters at Richmond College’s Egerton Road site to create a joint education and enterprise campus.

If the plans are successful, the new development would bring a new secondary school, a purpose-built home for Richmond’s Clarendon School for special needs, and new buildings and facilities for the college.

In the meantime, Haymarket will temporarily bring its Hammersmith staff to Teddington pending the final move in three to four years.

Details of the revised scheme will be available from October 21 at teddington-riverside.co.uk. For more information contact the Teddington riverside community information line on 0845 6039928 or email teddington-riverside@gka.co.uk.