November 2010 Archives
8 SUNNINGDALE AVENUE - Two storey detached building with habitable roofpsace comprising 8 x 2 bed flat with associated parking and amenity space, involving enlargement of existing vehicular crossover to front and demolition of existing two storey detached building for use as residential institutions.
PINN VIEW, SOUTHILL LANE - Single storey front infill extension, two storey side extension, conservatory to rear and alterations to roof to existing single storey rear element.
HILLINGDON Council will oppose High Speed Two if the proposed route through Ruislip, Ickenham and Harefield is chosen, leader Ray Puddifoot has announced.
Prior to a meeting with affected residents at Ruislip High School on Thursday (2), Councillor Puddifoot (Ickenham, Conservative) said the council was 'ready for the fight' against government plans for a new ÃÂ£19billion, 200mph train line.
A COURT has ordered that a 'dangerous' American Pitbull type dog kept in Ruislip be destroyed after it bit a terrier and its owner.
The judge's verdict swiftly follows a similar incident in Eastcote, earlier this month, when a greyhound was fatally wounded by a Japanese Akita as it was being walked by its owner.
At Isleworth Crown Court, it was heard that on October 26 last year, a pitbull called Chester escaped from the garden of Janet Fergusson, 41, of The Roundway.
LAND FORMING PART OF 11 HOYLAKE GARDENS - Part single storey, part first floor side, and single storey rear extension to existing dwelling with 2 rooflights to rear, conversion of roofspace to habitable use with dormer to rear to provide 2 two- bedroom flats, including demolition of existing attached garage to side.
253 EASTCOTE ROAD - Single storey rear extension involving the demolition of existing rear extension.
RAF NORTHOLT, WEST END ROAD - Demolition of existing temporary accommodation and erection of a temporary three storey single living accommodation building and associated external works.
RESIDENTS of Cuckoo Hill have succeeded in persuading Hillingdon Council to install new road safety measures, following the death of a teenager there this year.
Road planning bosses said they agreed with a residents' petition calling to make the Eastcote road safer and promised to paint fresh road markings and erect new flashing speed signs, at a hearing on Thursday (17).
RESIDENTS in Ruislip are invited to meet the groups and individuals who run local public services and learn more about what they do.
As part of Hillingdon Council's 'Streets Ahead' programme, a community information fair will be held in the Great Barn, at Manor Farm, Bury Street, on Saturday, November 20 from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
Residents will have the opportunity to meet council officers, local organisations and community groups.
MORE than 150 students at Haydon School in Eastcote took to the dance floor to raise awareness of AIDS on Wednesday (17).
The 'Dance4Life' workshop was part of a tour across schools to inform young people about HIV and AIDS, ahead of a worldwide day of action on November 27 when 55,000 people will dance in unison.
JUST a few days after a world record-breaking sale that made Ruislip the centre of global media attention, it was 'business as usual' this week for the small family-run auctioneers now famous for selling a 16-inch piece of pottery for ÃÂ£43million.
When the Gazette visited Peter Bainbridge's Auctioneers on Tuesday (16) we could be forgiven for thinking the sale of an 18th century Qianlong porcelain vase the previous Thursday had just been a dream.
MAJOR plans for a four-storey mixed use block of flats opposite Eastcote station have been unveiled this week.
If approved by Hillingdon Council, the currently empty brownfield site on Field End Road would become a modern block of eight two-bedroom and three one-bedroom flats with a convenience store underneath and a private courtyard behind.
A CARER is in jail this week after neglecting a 90-year-old Ruislip woman and lying about when she had visited her.
Ratana Charvey, of Green Lane, Northwood, admitted six counts of 'fraud by false representation' against her after police made the discovery.