Archive for the ‘Kings Chase’ Category

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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St James Road: planning application for Place of Worship

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on May 29, 2014

UPDATE 08/06/14: THIS APPLICATION HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN Just for clarity, the email Cllr Newberry and I have just sent to residents…   Application for a Place of Worship in St James Road  We have just learned that there is a planning application for a place of worship in St James Road, Brentwood, at the above […]

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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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Planning recommendations week ending 2nd May 2014

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on May 3, 2014

In #Brentwoodwest this week there are applications in High Street and Kings Chase. Please note these are NOT yet decisions – I am able to refer to planning committee now. 149C-151A High Stree  - CHANGE OF USE AND CREATION OF 2 NO. TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS ON THE EXISTING GROUND FLOOR 2 NO. TWO BEDROOMED APARTMENTS ON […]

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St James Road: Attempted Dog Theft & Assault

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on March 8, 2014

I’ve just been alerted to a very nasty assault in St James Road and ask if all local residents can help try and trace this callous git who has seriously injured a 16-week old Bichon Frise puppy (like the image above) and its owner.  Puppy is fighting for its life, poor baby, and I really […]

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Brunel House: my request is denied

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on March 6, 2014

I am sorry to say that the Tory Chair and Vice-Chair of planning (Cllr Ann Coe and Cllr Linda Golding – both up for election this year) have refused me my right to refer a planning recommendation to the Planning Committee.  The application is this one, in St James Road. This is the email I […]

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Rollason Chase Community Group meeting

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on February 23, 2014

John Newberry and I have arranged a meeting for those living in Rollason Way, Railway Square, St James Road, Chase Road, The Mount, Kings Chase, Fairfield Road, La Plata Grove or Wharf Road  on: Wednesday 26 February at 7.30pm at Kings Chase Baptist Church At the meeting we will: – Introduce the Chair and committee […]

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Potholes….sighs…..

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on February 9, 2014

    Here are just some of my latest reports in Kings Chase, Kings Road, Ashford Avenue and Fairfield Road.  In addition, I have reported the High Street potholes near Westbury Road’s junction and The Avenue (not in Brentwood West but oft used by us all):

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Potholes, never fixed, getting worse, re-appearing…..

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on January 27, 2014

John Newberry and I have been around the ward this past couple of days and have just about managed not to fall down a crater. Amongst some of the potholes we have reported: In Kings Chase, having been reported as one single pothole by me a year ago, there are now about six craters - http://www.fixmystreet.com/report/387801 […]

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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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