Thursday, June 21, 2018

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ERA Launch Application Petition

Following public feedback, the Eastcote Residents' Association has launched a petition against retrospective planning consent being granted at Eastcote Food Centre.

The ERA is petitioning the council to refuse this application at Eastcote Food Centre, 197 Field End Road (Planning Application 22149/APP/2017/2101) to install an orange perforated roller shutter structure to the side of the building. The work has already been completed, and changes the side use of the building to warehousing and storage. The planning application is therefore a retrospective application.

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Weekend Piccadilly Line Closures

This weekend, Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th August, the Piccadilly line will be closed between Uxbridge & Acton Town due to planned engineering works.

This Weekend Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 August, there will be no Piccadilly line service between Acton Town and Uxbridge. Passengers are advised to use the Metropolitan line between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge.

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Traffic Warning - High Road Eastcote

Works have started on construction of a new zebra crossing at the junction of Field End Road and Eastcote High Road.

The new crossing is being installed in direct response to residents' calls for a safer route for crossing the busy road, which links Eastcote Village with Eastcote House Gardens and the newly refurbished Case is Altered pub.

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Loves Parks Week

Tomorrow marks the start of Love Parks week, and with a mostly warm and settled weekend ahead, what better time to get out and rediscover your local parks?

Those of us in Hillingdon are very lucky that we have such wonderful green spaces in the borough with over 40 award winning parks and green spaces to explore.

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Norfest - Enhanced Security Measures

Norfest, the RAF Northolt Public open day, are taking steps to ensure a secure and safe event and have announced that vehicles will no longer be allowed on base.

In a statement released to ticket holders, Squadron Leader James Tenniswood said:
"In the interest of ensuring a safe and fun day for all our friends and their families attending Norfest we are sorry to announce that public vehicles can no longer be admitted entry to RAF Northolt on Saturday 22 July. This decision has not been taken lightly and follows clear advice from the Metropolitan Police. We apologise sincerely for any difficulties this will cause those currently intending to arrive by private vehicle, but ask now that all public parking tickets holders use public transport or other means to travel to the event and enter on foot."

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