Category: School


Bottleneck Bend by Mortlake Brewery Community Group

SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY PLAN

Richmond Council’s planning committee is likely to be meeting in the autumn to consider the proposals for the brewery site submitted by...
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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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School plan at Mortlake Brewery

A new school on the Brewery site:

Background The Council has suggested that a new secondary school is required in the eastern part of the borough.  The owners and developers of...
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Missing Evidence talk - Mortlake Brewery Community Group

Demand for local Secondary School places

JOIN US TO DISCUSS MISSING EVIDENCE Meeting on Monday 18th march 2019 7.30pm St Mary’s church, Mortlake High Street, London sW14 8JA...
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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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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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