Archive for the ‘Westwood Avenue’ 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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Westwood Avenue – refusal for 12 new houses

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on September 27, 2014

I have just finished doing a lap of honour around my front room upon discovering that the crazy, unpopular and inappropriate application to build 12 houses in the place of 16 Westwood Avenue has been refused. I say crazy because the developer was trying to make us believe that despite three houses being refused on […]

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In #Brentwoodwest this week there are applications in Weald Road and Westwood Avenue: Please note THIS IS NOT yet a decisions – I am able to refer to planning committee now. 48 Weald Road: EXTEND SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION. Recommended for APPROVAL 16 Westwood Avenue: DEMOLITION OF EXISTING DWELLING AND CONSTRUCTION OF 12 RESIDENTIAL DWELLINGS WITH ASSOCIATED CAR PARKING, LANDSCAPING Recommended […]

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Westwood Avenue – good news!

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on August 2, 2014

Well, sometimes the impossible does happen!  Essex County Council has bowed to pressure from Lib Dem County Cllr David Kendall and said that they WILL repeat the speed survey in Westwood Avenue.  The previous one, was in the opinion of your Lib Dem councillors and residents, in the wrong place.  David said: Following my meeting […]

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Planning recommendations week ending 11th July 2014

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on July 11, 2014

In #Brentwoodwest this week there are applications in Kavanaghs Road and Westwood Avenue. Please note these are NOT yet decisions – I am able to refer to planning committee now. Kymla, Kavanaghs Road: CONSTRUCTION OF A PART TWO/SINGLE STOREY SIDE EXTENSION (DEMOLITION OF THE EXISTING DETACHED GARAGE) Recommended for APPROVAL 56 Westwood Avenue: SINGLE STOREY REAR AND TWO STOREY […]

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Not great news for Westwood Avenue…

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on July 6, 2014

Developers and Tory councillors are not being kind to the good folk of Westwood Avenue and the surrounding roads. 8, 14 and 16 Westwood Avenue: back garden planning application The developers have written to councillors to say they are now ready to submit their application demolish Number 16 and replace it with 12 new dwellings (5 two […]

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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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8, 14 and 16 Westwood Avenue: back garden planning application

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on April 29, 2014

A developer has written to me to advise they are planning 12 2/3 bedroom properties in the back gardens of 8,14 and 16.  They also advise there is a public consultation on 9 May at South Weald Parish Hall from 4pm to 8pm. This affects people in Westwood Avenue, Elm Way, Manor Way, Westway, West Park […]

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Westwood Avenue verges

by Cllr Karen Chilvers on April 4, 2014

    John Newberry (pictured), Cllr David Kendall and I have been working with Westwood Avenue residents to get these verges repaired – they are in a terrible state but, as usual, Tory-controlled Essex Council aren’t in any hurry to improve things…given that they have only bothered to repair four grass verges in Brentwood over […]

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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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