Our residents’ association executive committee have resumed their monthly meetings at St Paul’s centre on the Hook Road. Although minutes will still be written, some of you have told us that you prefer to receive a newsletter. Therefore, we will continue to send you the newsletter. However, if you wish to read our minutes, they will still be available on our website. Indeed, most of what we send you can be found on our website and much more. http://www.chessingtondra.org.uk/
Our executive committee meetings are held at 8pm on the first Tuesday of each month. You are all welcome to attend.
A reminder that the quarterly Ward Panel Police meeting will be held on Monday the 25th of October at 7pm. The meeting will be held at The King’s Centre, Coppard Gardens, KT9 2GZ. Please try to come along to meet our local Police and discuss any concerns that you may have. If you wish to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Our residents’ association have been concerned about the number of e-scooters being driven on our roads and pavements. At this current time they are illegal with the exception of areas where they are conducting trials. A member of our executive committee wrote to a Government Minister and received a very detailed reply which you can read below.
The Lidl planning application to demolish two semi detached houses in order to create additional car parking spaces has been refused by the RBK planning department.
You can read about the history of the planning application and CDRA’s comments under planning news.
This planning application has been refused. You can read the many reasons for rejection under planning news. However, the applicant has appealed. The Inspectorate in Bristol is opening a virtual inquiry at 10.00am on 21 September 2021.
What is the Air Pollution Level Where you live?
In the Times newspaper last week there was an interesting article. The Imperial College London have a website where you can input your postcode and house number to get a report on levels of three pollutants: fine particles known as PM2.5’s, larger particles called PM10’s and NO2,nitrogen dioxide, a gas that in urban areas is omitted largely by diesel vehicles. Imperial College London are encouraging estate agents to include this information when they put properties on the market. The website address is addresspollution.org