This week’s crop of new applications are in postcodes UB10 8… then AJ, JS, LE, PN, QJ, RN, RN, RW and TE. Map link.
This week’s crop of new applications are in postcodes UB10 8… then EX, QE, QU and TE. Map link.
This week’s crop of new applications are in postcodes UB10 8… then DR, EF, LE, QB, QE and RU. Map link.
This week’s crop of new applications are in postcodes UB10 8… then AN, DT, EX, JF, NB and NB . Also an appeal in PB. Map link.
Remember June 23rd last year? For some of you, it was less about the Referendum and more about the local flooding. The residents have spoken and experts have investigated. The .pdf report is 78.2MB. You can either download it using that link or go to the relevant LBH page at www.hillingdon.gov.uk/article/29022/Flood-risk-investigation
The quick way to find the local bits is to search for Ickenham. You’ll see all the reported incidents with a few of going into further detail with maps, actions taken, etc.
(I tried searching by road name but was less successful. I believe that Ivy House Road/Milton Road suffered quite badly but could find no details. Perhaps that one wasn’t 23rd June or may)
Anyway, if you’re interested, take a look. Maybe comment here – praise or criticism, we don’t mind.
This week’s crop of new applications are in postcodes UB10 8… then DL, AW, HE, RH, DF, NG, LE, JJ, NP, HG, LT and TH.
We also have new appeals at PF, HF, PD, SG, NA, QB.
On the day following the election, some HS2 notices appeared around some of Ickenham’s open spaces. They comprised several pages and it’s easy to see why some residents drew the wrong conclusions. Unfortunately, these wrong conclusions found their way onto Facebook and created a lot of heat and steam.
We thought it best to present some of the salient facts presented in the documents. If we learn more about HS2’s intentions we will let you know.
First of all, here’s the map of the (red-outlined) area debated on Facebook:
This area lies between Hoylake Cresent and the Chiltern Railway line.
Here is a snap of what HS2 intends to do here:
Since the Facebook alarm was about HS2 using the area “for storage of construction equipment for the building of HS2”, we think this paragraph (and the fact it’s a short-term survey) led to the misunderstanding.:
Apologies for the rubbish photographs. We thought it best to present the original documents rather than a transcript.