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Make Milestone Green East Sheen’s Village Centre

Categories: East Sheen,East Sheen News,News

The Petition for a village centre in East Sheen

Local resident, Hero Preston, is asking for your support in signing a petition to create more of a village centre in East Sheen, something that will improve the look and feel of our high street.
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames council recently conducted a survey of the area and the results resoundingly showed that we love East Sheen because of its sense of community, but we feel we don’t have a village centre.
 

The proposal is that Milestone Green should become the centre of East Sheen. This area, outside a small parade of businesses that includes Artisan Cafe, is the point at which the Upper Richmond Road meets Sheen Lane and is certainly central! THe petition asks that the slip road be closed off and a green space be created where the community can meet, a farmers’ market could potentially be held, and more.

Please click here to sign the petition 


Does Mortlake and East Sheen War Memorial have special architectural of historic interest? An invitation to comment on the Consultation Report

Dominic Martin of Historic England recently wrote to inform us that on behalf of the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Historic England is currently considering whether Mortlake and East Sheen War Memorial has special architectural or historic interest.

Please click on the here to download a copy of the consultation report.

This sets out the factual information upon which Historic England will base their recommendation to the Secretary of State

If you have any further information or observations on the consultation report which you believe might be relevant to the assessment please email them by 31 March. All representations made will be considered before finalising the assessment and making a recommendation.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to Dominic, quoting reference 1445718. Further guidance on how to respond to this consultation and the type of information we are interested in can be found on our website at www.historicengland.org.uk. We look forward to hearing from you.

Author: Jacquie Duncan

Jacquie loves SW14 and has a passion for small business marketing. She's been with the ESV team from the outset but for now she's moved to pastures new... although she still pops in from time to time to help out.