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CPZ consultation – have your say

The issue of parking in central Teddington has led to Richmond Council to open a consultation on parking in the area. Residents living within and outside of the current Community Parking Zone (CPZ) have until the end of the month…

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Planning Update

The temporary home of the newly-created Turing House School will be located at Livingston House, just a stones thrown from where Alan Turing worked at the NPL after WW2. With 2,212 square metres of space there will be adequate room…

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Community bid for sports grounds

After Imperial College ceased sporting activities at their sports fields on Udney Park Road, rumours have been rife about the future of the 13 acre site in the heart of Teddington. The process is now open for bidders to make…

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Crime Update

You may have noticed an increased police presence at the corner of Broad Street and Stanley Road recently and wondered if they were attending an accident or crime. They are actually posted here on each approaching road as part of…

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The office space conversion gold rush continues

Last year government legislation was introduced that was designed to boost local economies and help with the housing shortage by making use of underused and empty office space – since then many planning applications have been made for both empty…

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Dancing in Libraries comes to Teddington

From this Friday 14th until Sunday 17th November 2014, you may experience something of the unusual and sublime if you visit Teddington Library. Artists Dog Kennel Hill Project will be dancing in live performances through these three days amongst regular…

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Sport Update

Joe Morgan, Team GB digital media manager and goalkeeper for Teddington Hockey Club, fed-up with his football-loving friends calling him a “hockey boy” decided to help show how skilful, intense and action-packed hockey is by filming a recent match with…

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Planning committee reject Sainsbury’s application

Last Thursday Richmond Council planning committee met to determine whether to grant or refuse the plans for a Sainsbury’s Local store in the building that Calligaris currently use. Many local residents made their feelings clear by attending the packed meeting.…

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Plane over Teddington

Resident consultations: have your say

Richmond Council is asking for feedback for proposed re-planning schemes for two parks in central Teddington – Elmfield and Jubilee Gardens: these are the green spaces near Elmfield house, where Lights-Up switching-on takes place in November and opposite, near Travelodge.…

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Recycle your Christmas tree

Residents of Richmond Borough can throughout January have their Christmas trees easily recycled free of charge using the Council’s tree collection service. Any trees left out with your normal recycling will be collected and recycled until January 18th – just…

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