Category: General


Stag brewery, mortlake brewery plan April 2018

How to object to the brewery plan revisions

The Richmond Planning Department has sent out letters notifying us of revisions to the plans for the Brewery development. These revisions are minimal. The...
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letter to richmond council

Why is it taking so long for Cllr Roberts to reply to our letter?

After the public meeting on the secondary school, Mortlake Brewery Community Group sent a letter to Cllr Gareth Roberts, Leader of Richmond...
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Schools Meeting - Love Mortlake

School places vs New Spaces

Report of public meeting held on Monday March 18th Local people packed St Mary’s Church, Mortlake for a discussion hosted by the...
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Clean Air Mortlake

Packed Public Meeting on Air Pollution

Nearly 100 people flocked to our meeting last week  at St Mary’s Church about  the dangers of air pollution. As well as...
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Missing: Clean Air - discussion by Love Mortlake, MBCG and Mums for Lungs

Missing: Clean Air

MISSING: CLEAN AIR A healthy debate for Mortlake’s future Are you concerned about the current level of air pollution in Mortlake – ...
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Stag brewery, mortlake brewery plan April 2018

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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