Archive for the ‘London Road’ Category

Wickham Avenue Ditch

by Mary Burstow on 28 October, 2014

Good news for the residents of Wickham Avenue! For a number of years the residents on the West side of Wickham Avenue have seen their back gardens flood at times of heavy rainfall.  This is because the ditch on the Nonsuch Woods side of their gardens has been allowed to fill in and is just […]

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I have had a number of people ask me about the Outer London Fund, what it is and where the money came from.  I thought a little bit of information would be useful. Between 2012-14 the Council has been working on a project to support Worcester Park and North Cheam. The project was funded by […]

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Victoria House in North Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 20 June, 2013

Things are at last happening at Victoria House! On Wednesday 24th June, it will be coming to Development Control.  The meeting is at 7:00 pm at Civic Offices. The application is to demolish existing building and build a two story, rising to eight story building.  It will be for retail use on the ground floor […]

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Dead Tree on London Road

by Mary Burstow on 2 February, 2012

At the beginning of December I reported a series of dead trees on the London Road.  My concern was, that should they come down, they would clearly be a hazard to traffic. My first problem was identifying who was responsible for the trees.  Transport for London to begin with were convinced it was either Nonsuch […]

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Dead Tree on London Road

by Mary Burstow on 3 December, 2011

I saw a whole series of rather dead looking trees along the London Road, between Wickham Avenue and Nonsuch Park.  I am told that they are Elm Trees.  As they all look rather rotten and could fall down into the path of passing traffic I reported them to Transport for London.  I am pleased to […]

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