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CHRAG meets with Rachel Victor-Sampson – Chiswick Town Centre Manager


CHRAG met with Rachel Victor-Sampson, Chiswick Town Centre Manager. Rachel explained that she covers Brentford and Isleworth as well as Chiswick. Her team at the Council is principally involved with Regeneration and Inward Investment, headed up by Ian Rae. We

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CHRAG submits objection to Lend Lease Planning Application

The image Lend Lease refused to show us. A composite 2D representation with Empire House superimposed on a developer's drawing of the Essex Place development.

Chiswick High Road Action Group (CHRAG) is an amorphous group comprising local residents and business people. It is committed to supporting good sustainable development of the Chiswick High Road Area. CHRAG has published its response to this major development Download Full

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Complaint to Hounslow re Local Plan Consultation Process


In addition to the formal responses to Hounslow about the Local Plan Consultation sent by CHRAG (read these in full here), the group has today lodged a complaint about the consultation process itself as follows:   Further to the representations made by

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CHRAG responds to Proposed Local Plan 2015-2030


The Chiswick High Road Action Group (CHRAG) has formally responded to Hounslow’s final call for comments on the proposed Local Plan. CHRAG’s response focuses on the Chiswick High Road area. CHRAG has requested to be present at the oral part

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Response to Hounslow Policy Options for the Local Plan

Hounslow have published their “Policy Options for the Local Plan” document. Download this document here. This document sets out the first stage in developing a new plan for Hounslow that sets out the borough’s future development over the coming 15

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CHRAG response to planning application for development of new Brentford Football Stadium

Chiswick High Road Action Group sends in objection to Brentford Football Club’s planning application. Please click here to object This proposal (Planning No 00703/A/P11) is for a new 20,000 seat football stadium, up to 910 high rise residential units, 160 room hotel,

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CS9 – loss of pavement on Twitter