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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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Sheen Lane crossing chaos

Mortlake Brewery is a wonderful site, but it is constrained by the Thames and the railway line. The density of the scheme...
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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: Cllr.PHodgins@richmond.gov.uk By post: Leader’s Office, c/o Democratic...
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It’s better to play on grass

I specialise in inclusive sports and getting inactive people active. Mortlake’s playing fields currently provide an environment for team sports in a...
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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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The Meaning of Mortlake

Mortlake’s Green Spaces

The Mortlake Brewery redevelopment is expected to impact at least four green spaces: the sports field on the Brewery site itself, (see Save...
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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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