Month: March 2020

Neighbourhood Watch Contact

A couple of people have told me that they are worried about groups of youths wandering around at night? I know there have been problems on Brett’s Littleton Lane site and also a string or break-ins through Staines and Ashford… And what was that burnt-out truck outside the allotments all about?! I don’t know where …

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Shepperton Matters Magazine ONLINE!

Due to the current clamp-down, the LRA elves will not be delivering Shepperton Matters Magazine this month. However you must not fret because here is a link to the magazine website where you can see the current and previous editions! https://issuu.com/villagematters/docs/april_2020_shepperton_matters Bottom right of the black box which this link opens is the “Full Screen” …

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Tarmac Meeting Cancelled

Possible development in Laleham  As you have probably surmised, the public meeting arranged for 22 April to discuss Tarmac’s house building proposal in Laleham has been postponed. We are in touch with Tarmac and it will be re-arranged as soon as possible. Tarmac and their advisors will be developing their plans during a period of …

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Coronavirus: waste and recycling information

Coronavirus: waste and recycling information Spelthorne Borough Council would like to reassure residents that we will be doing everything we can in order to keep waste and recycling collection services as normal during the Coronavirus pandemic and we can confirm that currently all collections are on schedule. Cllr Richard Barratt, Portfolio Holder for the Environment, …

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Virus Updates

I have had a number of emails from people asking how we can help our neighbours and look after our community in these strange times. A number of local groups including the LRA, Laleham Good Neighbours and All Saints Church are meeting to put together a plan of action and offer a central contact for …

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A30 Crooked Billet, Staines scheme update

Highways England have informed Surrey County Council funding has now been identified to undertake a substantial improvement of the Crooked Billet junction, which would complement the Wider Staines STP by providing high quality pedestrian and cycle crossing facilities at this junction. Highways England are planning to start construction of this scheme in April 2020, finishing …

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