The Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group (C-NAG) will meet again on Wednesday, September 9 September at 7:30pm in Room 1 of Colnbrook Village Hall.
A traffic operation in Brands Hill last month saw 7 fixed penalty notices being given out and one vehicle seized for having no insurance.
“Road, rail and air transport noise is already impacting cardiovascular health”, says Slough as it demands HEx depot rethink
Slough Borough Council has petitioned Parliament calling for a rethink of HS2’s relocation of the Heathrow Express depot to Langley. It cites the impact on “quality of life and cardiovascular health” of increased road, rail and air transport noise.
Slough Borough Council is holding a “Community Day” this Wednesday as part of the continuing drive to tackle fly-tipping in Colnbrook.
The first Neighbourhood Alert for Colnbrook crime in months was issued today – the first since Colnbrook Views highlighted the lapse in local notifications. Thames Valley Police report the theft of front and rear number plates from a Peugeot parked in Vicarage Way, Colnbrook between Monday (August 17) 6:15pm and yesterday (August 18) 9am.
Anger following major accident on Brands Hill ‘road of death’: “SBC could have blood on its hands this morning”
A woman was taken to hospital with suspected spinal injuries after her car flipped on to its roof in London Road last night, according to the Slough Express.
The Planning Inspectorate has announced that the Preliminary Meeting into the M4 widening scheme will take place on September 3 in Maidenhead.
The first Neighbourhood Update in months has today been issued for Colnbrook with Poyle – but the local policing team has blamed the Neighbourhood Action Group, Parish Council and Colnbrook Community Association for not sharing its published community updates.
We’re set for more travel chaos over the next two days with a further strike by London Underground workers.
Colnbrook Recreation Ground maintained by the Parish Council and Pippins Park managed by Slough Borough Council have been held on to Keep Britain Tidy’s Green Flag award. The flags are given for parks that are considered to be well used community assets that are clean, safe and welcoming.
Residents of Brands Hill and Upton have complained of funny tasting water on community social networking site Streetlife.
Has anybody else thought what an odd choice of route the HS2/HEx team have come up with for construction traffic for the proposed Langley depot? Could there be a slightly better way that doesn’t send HGVs hurtling down congested Sutton Lane and avoiding Brands Hill altogether?