Category: Community

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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Love Mortlake Team at the Mortlake Fair

Mortlake Community makes views known to Richmond Council

Around 60 people attended a public meeting after the second public exhibition of plans for the brewery site on 13-15 July. The...
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Stag Brewery, Mortlake

Template Letter to Richmond Council

Please send your letters to the Leader of Richmond Council, Councillor Paul Hodgins By email: By post: Leader’s Office, c/o Democratic...
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Public Exhibition of “master plan” 13-15 July

The developers of the Mortlake Brewery site (Stag Brewery) will hold the second Public Exhibition about the “evolving master plan” for the...
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Active Travel and the Brewery Site

By Tim Lennon, Richmond Cycling Campaign The redevelopment of the Mortlake Brewery site is a wonderful opportunity for the Borough to say...
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Love Mortlake at the Mortlake Community Fair

The Love Mortlake team were out in force at the Mortlake Community Fair, chatting to local residents and encouraging people to have...
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Mortlake Brewery on the Thames Path

Are the developers listening?

The developers of the Mortlake Brewery site have indicated they want to build up to 980 new residential units, a large new...
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Mortlake on the Tow Path

PRESS RELEASE: Residents back #Love Mortlake Campaign

Loss of sports fields and increased traffic top residents’ concerns Mortlake is an area rich in history. The old brewery site has...
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