Archive of posts with category 'news'

Protected View of St Paul's Destroyed

St Paul's view

Historic protected view of St Paul’s cathedral from Richmond Park destroyed by new Stratford skyscraper and the Friends of Richmond Park calls for temporary halt in construction and urgent GLA review.

26 November 2016 | news

Planning: Another Round at Twickenham Riverside

twick riverside plans

Richmond Council has started round three of the consultation on its plans to update the Twickenham Riverside. The first two rounds have not been very successful to say the least. This time there are three proposals to look at, all from the same architect. There is a pop-up on Church Street to see the plans and comment. You can also look online, but turning up is the better way to see and have your views heard.

17 November 2016 | news

The Twickenham Times Launches


The folks at Twickenham Alive have started a new, online newspaper. A bit of an odd format for this day and age, but why not? Billed as ’a new local newspaper for Twickenham", the first edition is full of interesting articles and they have a lot of contributors.

17 November 2016 | news

Countdown to Richmond Park by-election

Richmond Council is encouraging any local residents who live in the Richmond Park constituency, to check they are registered to vote in the by-election on 1 December 2016.

5 November 2016 | news

Planning: Christmas Ice Rink in Radnor Gardens

Twickenham Alive’s Richmond Rink is progressing its application for an ice rink in Radnor Gardens. For the last few years the rink was at Strawberry Hill House and been very popular with local residents.

27 October 2016 | news

Planning: Twickenham Stadium East Stand

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has submitted a planning application for the redevelopment of the East Stand of Twickenham Rugby Football Union Stadium.

27 October 2016 | news

Richmond Cycling Strategy Consultation

The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames has one of the highest proportions of people cycling in London (7% of journeys). However, there is still more that can be done to inspire people to cycle and make it safer for all. Whether you cycle or not we would like to hear your views on how we can improve cycling in Richmond borough. Your comments will help us understand what we need to do to get more people cycling.

22 October 2016 | news

Council Campaign Raises Awareness of Child Abuse

A local campaign to raise awareness of child abuse has had a huge impact – raising the number of calls to a national helpline by 36%. Earlier this year, Richmond Council announced a campaign that aimed to raise awareness of child abuse – encouraging members of the public to report instances of abuse and neglect and overcome the barriers that stop people reporting.

15 October 2016 | news

Consultation: Noise

Residents can have their say on new rules governing the amount of noise property developers can make during construction or the creation of noisy developments such as music venues.

15 October 2016 | news

Consultation: Have your say on the future of Old Deer Park

Have your say on planning guidelines that are being drafted for Old Deer Park in a Council Consultation that was launched on 7 October 2016. The purpose of this informal consultation is to enable residents, businesses, community groups and local organisations to help Richmond Council create planning guidelines for the Old Deer Park Conservation Area.

15 October 2016 | news

Older Articles


Add a comment

your email will not be displayed with the comment