Author: LoveMortlake


HAVE YOUR SAY BY 13th May!

Richmond Council has now validated the planning application submitted by Reselton Properties for the Stag Brewery site.  You can see information on...
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Mortlake Brewery Hustings

Mortlake Brewery Hustings report

On Monday evening the MBCG held a hustings at St Mary’s Mortlake where the local candidates for election to Richmond Council  on...
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Council Hustings meeting 16th April 2018

Our Council Election Hustings Meeting

What do local candidates think about the Brewery site ? Come to our Council Election Hustings meeting on Monday 16 April at...
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Mortlake Brewery Community Group meetings

Planning Application goes in

Thank you to all those who came to our meeting on Monday March 5th at St Mary the Virgin church to hear...
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Chalkers Corner - Chertsey Court loss of green space

Council questioned over road-widening plans at pollution hotspot Chalkers Corner

At a meeting of Richmond Council on 23 January, Chertsey Court resident John Repsch asked  Council Cabinet Member for the Environment Pamela...
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Network Rail ‘would strongly consider objecting to the development’ on safety grounds

Network Rail has reiterated safety concerns about increased usage at the Mortlake level crossing associated with the brewery site redevelopment. The rail...
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Mortlake launches £10K JustGiving appeal for expert advice

Mortlake residents have contributed over £3,700 to a community crowdfunding campaign to independently assess the impact of the brewery redevelopment plans. Local...
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At last – a community centre for Mortlake?

By Kate Woodhouse 60 years ago Watney’s Brewery was the biggest employer in the area, with many people working there all their...
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CPRE concerns about Mortlake Brewery plans

By Alice Roberts, CPRE London, Head of Green Space Campaigns A number of CPRE members and local Mortlake residents have raised with...
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Sheen Lane level crossing “high risk” says Network Rail

Network Rail’s most recent assessment of the Mortlake level crossing on Sheen Lane (July 2017) reveals there is now a “high risk”...
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