Following the Terminal 5 inquiry back in 1995, Sir John Egan, Chief Executive of BAA insisted: “T5 will not lead to a ‘third’ runway”. Two decades on what has been the reaction been to a whole new set of Heathrow promises?
Iver groups defending their patch against impact from the M4 Smart Motorway scheme and other infrastructure projects believe Richings Park Golf Course could warrant listed status. Iver Parish Council has told residents that listed status could be awarded following evidence revealed in the examination of the M4 Smart Motorway scheme.
The new tennis courts being built in Pippins Park are set for a “grand opening” in September.
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Celebrity, a war hero, political infamy, and a resurgent community spirit – overshadowed by the biggest threat to the village since 1664 … this was Colnbrook in 2013 (part four)
We had it all in the last three months: celebrity, a war hero, even political infamy. But the shock news from the Davies Commission in December overshadowed everything else that happened during the year. Our look back at the highlights – and lowlights – of 2013 concludes.
A sweeping political review, speculation of a cover-up and a community revival … this was Colnbrook in 2013 (part three)
A sweeping political review, speculation of a cover-up and a revival of community interest were the highlights of Colnbrook’s Summer. Our look back at the year just concluded continues.
A daring leap to survival, a villain behind bars and the start of a major regeneration … this was Colnbrook in 2013 (part two)
A daring leap to survival, a villain behind bars and a major regeneration kicked off were the themes for the second quarter of 2013.
Political intrigue, local scandal, a major trial, heroism and more … this was Colnbrook in 2013 (part one)
Who says Colnbrook is a sleepy old place? So much has happened in the past twelve months our review this… Read More »
The former head office site of collapsed construction firm McArdle has gone up for sale, marketed as having potential for commercial or residential development, sparking concerns.
Burglars have raided a workshop at the farm run by former Royal Borough mayor Cllr Colin Rayner.