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Borough wide 20mph limit moves forward

An amended 20mph limit is set to be introduced in Richmond upon Thames, if the Council’s Scrutiny Committee, followed by the Cabinet, agree to the amended proposals. This follows a 12-week consultation held last year.

16 February 2019 | news

Step-free entrance and ticket gates

A new step-free access gate will be installed at St Margarets station to make travelling easier for people with mobility issues. The scheme is being jointly funded by South Western Railway and the London Borough of Richmond.

16 February 2019 | news

Council ramps up Brexit contingency plans

Residents and business owners of all nationalities have been assured the Council stands ready to support them as the Government’s chaotic Brexit preparations raise concern for local authorities.

9 February 2019 | news

Huge public support for Rosslyn Road clinic

A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) is a step closer to being introduced around Rosslyn Road BPAS Clinic following approval by the Council’s Regulatory Committee.

9 February 2019 | news

Council protects special needs education services

Students, parents and teachers in Richmond upon Thames should know that Richmond Council is doing everything within its power to protect special needs education in the borough.

9 February 2019 | news

Richmond Council ask for more for police

The Council was unanimous last week in its criticism of the Government and Mayor of London for underfunding local policing.

At the full Council meeting, members from across the political divide called on the Government and the Mayor of London to recognise the valid concerns of local people and businesses about an increase of some of the most violent crimes in the borough.

2 February 2019 | news

Fullers sells beer-business to Asahi

Owner’s of the Turks Head, Fullers have announced they plan to sell their beer-business to the Japanese brewer Asahi. They will keep their pubs and hotels, but sell their breweries, including the Griffen Brewery in Chiswick.

26 January 2019 | news

Update from the Moormead Community & Sports Pavilion

Just before the end of 2018, we had a pre-planning meeting with Richmond Council - and we were delighted to hear there were no significant issues with our proposals.

26 January 2019 | news

Volunteers help give Richmond a clean and tidy start to 2019

The area around Richmond Green and the Riverside greeted the new year in a clean and green state thanks to the help of a group of young people from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association.

2 January 2019 | news

Planning: phone mast on Winchester Road

Vodaphone and Telefonica have requested planning permission to build a mobile phone mast at the train station end of Winchester Road. They would like to erect a “15m high dual stack jupiter monopole and 5no. equipment cabinets”

14 December 2018 | news

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