Posts Tagged ‘Durham Road’

Latest Feltham North leaflet

February 13, 2010

In the past 48 hours (mostly today) residents in The Dell, Harlington Road West, Clymping Dene, Walsham Road, Harlington Road East, Hounslow Road, Nursery Close, Fern Grove, Park Way, Cambria Court, Brainton Avenue, Durham Road, The Drive, Cygnet Avenue, Sparrow Farm Drive, Finch Drive, Chichester Way, Denham Road, Carlton Avenue, Viola Avenue, Byward Avenue, Baber Drive, Beeston Way, Field Road, Becketts Close, Lavender Court, Gardner Place, Lansbury Avenue, The Vale, Roman Close, Mill Way, Buckingham Avenue & Rosslyn Avenue will have received a leaflet from me.

Will post casework that I have picked up later.  In the meantime, please feel free to comment on the content.

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Do you live in Feltham or Hanworth?

August 12, 2009

Please read this.  It is an issue that is of huge local importance.  I urge everyone to feedback their comments as per the link.

Leaves in The Drive

August 11, 2009

I noticed the following in The Drive (and think I recall the same, but less of, in Durham Road):

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I do not think that these leaves were fresh and will ask by when they will be cleared and why they have not been thus far.

Airtrack depot & Ashford/St Peter’s Foundation Status

August 10, 2009

This was discussed at the West Area Meeting last Thursday.  It was good to see a number of residents present, four of whom spoke and spoke really well and gave reasons for such a development is not appropriate.  This matter will not be determined by the Council but I do urge anyone with comment to feed them back.  I hope that the Council will set up a page on the website and will chase this.

The next day, this item was front page news.  I agree with what Alan Keen says.  I wish him well in anything he can do with the Secretary of State and very much hope that he raises this matter, when he can, on the floor of the House of Commons.

We later discussed the ambition for Ashford/St Peter’s to become a Foundation.  Very interesting.

One of the more interesting Area Committee meetings for me.