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Proposed development of Chiswick B&Q site

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What's in a name?

As you may have read in the latest edition of Signals, over the years, we have lost some alleys that historically connected Back Lane (know now as Thames Road) to the Strand towpath. Today we have Post Office Alley and Ship Alley but have you ever wondered about the name of other two remaining alleys – the one at the side of the Bell & Crown and the other at the side of the Hopkin Morris Homes of Rest?

Chiswick Curve - the fight continues

The developer of the Chiswick Curve is appealing against the London Borough of Hounslow's refusal of the building and the media screens. All those who commented on the applications should be receiving an official notification of the appeal from the Council. In view of the numbers involved this may take some time. Meanwhile the "start" letter from the Planning Inspectorate has been published on the Council's website under the applications 00505/EY/P18 and AD22; a copy is attached. The deadline for comments to be submitted to the Inspectorate is 19 September.

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Proposal for new pedestrian signage

LBH intends to introduce better pedestrian “way-finding” signage in Chiswick in 2017/18, using the Legible London signs. This signage has been developed by TfL as an intuitive, consistent, and easy-to-use system that includes maps and directional information to help people navigate by foot. The scheme is intended to be consistent across London so that the public know what to look for if they are in an unfamiliar area.

Please see attachment for further details.

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