Master Brewer planning application hearing

As you know The Mayor of London has called in this application after LBH refused it earlier this year.

The hearing takes place on Thursday 3rd Sept @ 2p.m. It will obviously be a virtual session.

We shall be speaking against the proposal and have been working closely with Oak Farm and North Uxbridge Residents’ Associations as well as the Ickenham Neighbourhood forum and we will be representing all of them at the hearing.
If you would like to watch the proceedings please use this link

https://www.london.gov.uk/former-master-brewer-site-representation-hearing-2020-09-03

 

Tichenham Inn

The Association appreciates the social and economic contributions our local pubs make to village life, however we are aware that many of you have expressed concerns re the Tichenham Inn since reopening in July.

Thanks to those who brought this to our attention and to the attention of our councillors.

We are reliably informed that a meeting took place between Wetherspoons management, the Borough licensing officer and the police licensing officer.

As a result of this meeting and to ensure Covid – 19 guidelines are followed correctly, the following have been agreed and implemented

1. Customers must be seated when outside. Those without a seat, must either re-enter the pub (if possible) or leave the premises;
2. Drinks will only be permitted outside if customers have a table;
3. Drink will not be permitted in the designated smoking area; and
4. The fixed external furniture will be replaced with movable external furniture which will be brought in at the end of every evening.

In addition to the above measures, they have also employed door staff on a Friday and Saturday night to help manage the outside area and provide additional support for managers.

Should you have any further concerns please contact one of the licensing officers mentioned above.

Ruislip Golf Course hoardings

From HS2:

Update: Activity along the border

Work is continuing to place secure wooden hoarding along the Network Rail border to the south of our work site and then extend it along the southernmost edge of our works. The hoarding will ensure that the work site is both safe and secure. Preparatory works are still taking place during the day, and work on Network Rail land is only taking place at night when trains are not running. This activity is taking longer than expected due to unexpectedly limited number of working hours available next to the railway.

All lights needed for work activity will be placed so that they face away from the residential properties.

The side of the hoarding facing the properties in The Greenway and Hoylake Crescent will be painted dark blue. This colour has been agreed with Network Rail who need to ensure that the red, amber, and green lights are visible to their drivers’ sight lines. here will be a period where e will remove the part of the cutting. This will be done during the day.

Duration of works These works will continue until 18 September at the latest Working hours Day time activity will be between 8am and 6pm Night time activity will happen between 12.30am and 7.45am on Sundays and 5.30am all other mornings, when no trains are running We may be on site for up to an hour before and after these hours for preparation This work is progressing east to west. What to expect An excavator to remove the hoarding post foundations. All other activity will be using hand tools.