Archives from July 2007

Planning Permission Refused for Chase Buchanan

On the 26 July 2007, Chase Buchanan was refused permission to convert the old Koblers’ Bakery building from A1 retail space to A2 office space.

28 July 2007 | news

No Double Yellow Lines for Crown Road

Apparently the Richmond Council has decided not to add more double yellow lines to the retail end of Crown Road.

28 July 2007 | news

Missing Cat No. 1 - Silver Siamese/Tonkinese

Much loved family pet went missing a week ago from his home in The Grove Road near The Turks Head Pub. He has a collar with his name on it.

26 July 2007 | around_town

Event Reminder: Art Exhibition of Alce Harfield

Flower painting

26 July 2007 | around_town

Expanded CPZ Moves to Next Stage

Cllr David Trigg, the Cabinet Member for Traffic, Transport and Parking, has published his decision to move the CPZ consultation forward for roads south of Netherton Road and west of Cassillis Road. Rather than look at the overwhelmingly negative overall figures from the survey, they have decided to look at implementing the CPZ in the just the area closest to Moormead Park and the train station, that supported the CPZ, with a review in six months.

25 July 2007 | news

Richmond Council Flood Update

On Thursday, 19 July, the Richmond Council Borough Contingencies Unit received severe weather warnings from the Met Office. Flood warnings were put on our website and distributed to local media. Several hours of very heavy rain (up to 60mm) caused flash flooding where sewers became full. NB- sewers are the responsibility of Thames Water. Generally flooding was confined to roads but homes and businesses became flooded where vehicles caused wash or where the rain was of very great magnitude. Even some homes on Richmond Hill had flooded basements where water ran in from the highway- elevation is no defence.

24 July 2007 | news

Furniture Scheme Richmond upon Thames' Big Warehouse Sale

Bargains to be had!

20 July 2007 | around_town

St Margarets Fair Survey

The Fair Committee is looking to get some feedback from this website’s readers about the Fair this year to help make next year’s Fair, the 30th anniversary, the best it can be.

If you can spare three minutes, we would appreciate your thoughts.

Please follow this link to take the survey and thank you.

18 July 2007 | around_town

St Margarets Fair : Lost & Found

The St Margarets Fair took place last Saturday, the day was sunny and crowds of people enjoyed the stalls, the pimms and beer and food of all descriptions. Best of all, the programme of music put a huge smile on hundreds of faces, many of them rocking and rolling on the grass as though they never wanted to stop. Thank you everyone who came along to help us to support our local charities.

15 July 2007 | around_town

Photos from 2007 St Margarets Fair

We only managed to capture a few photos from this year’s fair.

If you have any, please forward them to us at[/a>

Here they are…

15 July 2007 | around_town

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