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Consultation on borough-wide 20MPH limit gets fast-tracked

Residents will soon be able to have their say on plans to introduce a borough-wide 20MPH speed limit in Richmond upon Thames. The new, borough-wide 20MPH speed limit would replace the existing policy under which 20MPH zones are implemented on…

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Council asks Royal party organisers to banish single-use bunting and plastic plates

Royal wedding street partiers are being asked to keep the environment in mind and banish single-use bunting and throwaway plates from the realm of any street party in the borough. With 97 streets having applied to host a street party…

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Richmond Council future cabinet announced

The Leader of the Liberal Democrat majority party at Richmond Council has announced his intended Cabinet today. This includes dedicated responsibilities for priorities such as: Air Quality, the Economy, Employment and Equalities. Following last week’s local election, Cllr Gareth Roberts will…

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Immunisation important to guard against measles risk after increase in cases

Local families are being asked to ensure their immunisations are up-to-date, following an increase in measles cases over recent weeks across London and Surrey. People most at risk are those that haven’t had measles before and have not had two…

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Provider announced for Stag Brewery site secondary school

The Department of Education (DfE) has announced that the Aspirations Academies Trust has been selected to run the proposed secondary school on the Stag Brewery site. As part of a current Planning Application to redevelop the former Stag Brewery in…

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Community groups lead the way in fight against litter

A community litter pick has made a huge difference to the environment around the Small Profits towpath and wooded area near Ferry Lane. Following last month’s Oxford versus Cambridge boat race, the group worked tirelessly to pick up litter and…

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22 new flats planned for Teddington High Street

The former newspaper offices on Teddington High Street could be demolished and rebuilt as 22 new flats made available for an affordable shared ownership scheme.  The building which was built in the 1980’s was home to The Informer and is…

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£1.25 million to help improve social worker recruitment and retention

More social workers will be recruited and trained in Richmond upon Thames as a result of extra funding received by the South West London & Surrey Social Work Teaching Partnership. The Partnership, led by Achieving for Children, also includes Richmond…

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Sir Mo Farah among top names to oppose building on Udney Park

Sir Mo Farah, the CEO of Team GB, Sport England & London Playing Fields Foundation have all objected to building on Udney Park Playfig Fields. Since Imperial College London sold the playing fields to Quantum, a private equity company, the…

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Council reveals deadline to apply for Royal Wedding street party

Residents looking to be dancing in the street for the Royal Wedding is reminded to apply to host a street party before the 30th April deadline. Street parties for the Royal Wedding this spring are being encouraged by Richmond Council, which…

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