Archive for the ‘Hive Close’ Category

Planning recommendations week ending 12 December 2014

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on December 14, 2014

In #Brentwoodwest this week there are application in Homesteads, Ashford Avenue, Honeypot Lane, High Street, London Road and La Plata Grove: Please note THESE ARE NOT yet decisions – I am able to refer to planning committee now. HOMESTEADS ENTRANCE TO HILL ROAD ENTRANCE TO HILLSIDE WALK ENTRANCE TO SOUTH WEALD ROAD BRENTWOOD ESSEX REMODELLING OF ACCESS INTO PRIVATE […]

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William Hunter Way consultation – a reminder

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on October 12, 2014

  Over the weekend, each household will receive a letter addressed to whoever is on the council tax account about the William Hunter Way consultation and here’s why… On 1st September 2014, after the failure of the former Tory administration’s town centre development (along with eight wasted years and hundreds of thousands of pounds) the […]

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Planning recommendations week ending 6 June 2014

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on June 8, 2014

  In #Brentwoodwest this week there is an applications in Weald Close.  I also bring you an update on Tesco Warley Hill. Please note these are NOT yet decisions – I am able to refer to planning committee now. Bushey Mount, Weald Close: LTWO STOREY AND SINGLE STOREY FRONT EXTENSION, TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION, SINGLE STOREY REAR […]

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Where’s my polling station?

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on May 16, 2014

So, it’s nearly time to vote! If you don’t know where to vote on Thursday 22nd May, here’s my guide: There are four polling stations in Brentwood West, they will be on your polling card, but just in case, here’s a map for each: Victoria Court, Victoria Road (Polling card numbers starting CA) Holly Trees […]

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There have been parking issues in Honeypot Lane and Kavanaghs Road for a little while, first of all due to the builders of The Beeches deciding to park in these roads and, most recently, the decision of BT to hire out some of their office space but without parking spaces.  Of course, people have been […]

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    Cast your mind back to Friday 1st October 2012, I was there on a cold, rainy morning at 9am with a council officer and my ward colleagues discussing a number of things following us saving Cromwell Road Play Area from the hands of greedy developers. It was a good meeting – we were […]

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Vote 2014: Delighted to announce….

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on September 3, 2013

….that John Newberry (AKA Newbers) will be Brentwood West’s Liberal Democrat candidate for 2014. You can read all about John on his new website www.newbers4west.co.uk and follow him on twitter @Newbers4West. I am very excited about the prospect of John joining me as councillor for Brentwood West next year and, those of you that have […]

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Keeping you updated

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on September 1, 2013

Want news about your road or area straight to your inbox? Many #brentwoodwest residents are receiving relevant news on a regular basis when there is a planning application, proposed parking restrictions or something they need to know about their local area.  How? Simples!  They have just signed up to my newsletter – no spam, minimal […]

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Crossrail – London road disruption

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on July 17, 2013

Over the last few days it has become clear that the Crossrail cables will cause massive disruption for three months across Brentwood and that London Road (therefore most of Brentwood West) will suffer as a result. Unfortunately, the Conservatives couldn’t be bothered to tell us about the detail of this major project as they were […]

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Honeypot Lane speeding – progress (of sorts)

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on July 1, 2013

Tonight, I went along to the highways panel to support residents in Honeypot Lane and, of course, Hive Close and Weald Close who have been suffering from speeding problems for over twenty years. A few years ago, a 20mph zone was introduced and it has brought the speeds down to 30-32 mph but, of course, […]

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