Littleton Lane 2020 restoration Spelthorne Council consider legal options
The LRA and Shepperton Residents Associations are pushing hard for fresh talks with Spelthorne Council early in 2019.

It has been 6 months since our last face-to-face meeting and in this time, Brett Aggregates have served documents in an attempt to legalise the Industrial estate at Littleton Lane.

Spelthorne have been considering their legal options but the LRA are concerned about the direction talks may take.

There is no doubt that neglect of duties by Surrey County and Spelthorne Borough Planning Departments have compromised the site.

Brett Aggregates, perhaps the worst offender in the story, are seeking to take advantage of council incompetence

We will issue detailed updates of any meetings to members.

21st February 2020 will mark 12 MONTHS LEFT for Brett Aggregates to DO THE RIGHT THING and return this entire site to Gree Belt!

2019 promises to be another busy year in Laleham!
The closure of Littleton Lane industrial estate and the expansion of Shepperton Studios will be heavily negotiated.

Traffic and particularly HGVs will continue to be high on the LRA agenda.

The SLP Pipeline will reveal it's final routing option

Events such as the Garden Open Day and Village Fair also need to be staffed and organised.

If you would like to join our committee and help in any way, please get in touch.

We are actively looking to recruit new members and there are a variety of roles available!

LALEHAM is a small Village but there has been a Residents Association here for decades.

Our main aim is to be an information hub so that no-one is left in the dark about major issues and people feel connected and motivated to be part of a community.

There is lots going on and much that can be achieved if we all join together!

  Snow White and the Forest Fairies
Congratulations and a great big THANK YOU to the LALEHAM PLAYERS for their fabulous, sell-out panto - SNOW WHITE AND THE FOREST FAIRIES!

This was a brilliant celebration of the Christmas season and great fun was had by all, (including 120 children over six performances!).

Huge thanks to all of the cast and crew and in particular Jo Bartlett, director, mentor and professional coach. We are lucky indeed to have such a wealth of local talent.

Sadly, panto season in Laleham is now over and we will have to wait to see what the Laleham Players get up to next...

We do hope you enjoyed the show! If you missed out this year, try again next October.

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