As you may have read in the latest edition of Signals, over the years, we have lost some alleys that historically connected Back Lane (know now as Thames Road) to the Strand towpath. Today we have Post Office Alley and Ship Alley but have you ever wondered about the name of other two remaining alleys – the one at the side of the Bell & Crown and the other at the side of the Hopkin Morris Homes of Rest?
Dear Lionel Road Liaison Group Member
At our last meeting held at the London Museum of Water & Steam on 17 October 2016, we explained that there were a number of steps we needed to take, together with our developer Willmott Dixon (now Willmott Residential), before we could start work on the Lionel Road South site.
This year's summer party will be held on Saturday 8 July, 7 p.m. in the gardens of St Paul's Church, 64 Grove Park Road.
Hounslow Council's Planning Committee has given a resounding "No" to the 32-storey Chiswick Curve. There was a unanimous vote at a meeting on the evening of 12 January against the planning application which had been recommended for refusal by Council planning officials.
Despite the cold weather, about sixty people from groups opposed to the Curve turned up at the meeting in the Civic Centre to show their strength of opposition to the project.
It is not yet known whether the developers will appeal the decision.
LBH intends to introduce better pedestrian “way-finding” signage in Chiswick in 2017/18, using the Legible London signs. This signage has been developed by TfL as an intuitive, consistent, and easy-to-use system that includes maps and directional information to help people navigate by foot. The scheme is intended to be consistent across London so that the public know what to look for if they are in an unfamiliar area.
Please see attachment for further details.