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Major gas works: Grand Drive, road works and diversions

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 20 July, 2018

SGN, the company carrying out major gas works on Grand Drive have shared with us some information, which we’ve included below: Latest update on Grand Drive Gas Works from SGN. “The project started as planned on 23 July and will last approximately 20 weeks. However, following feedback from stakeholders and the local community, SGN have worked with London Borough […]

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No trams from Wimbledon Station for 3 months

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 9 July, 2015

The tram stop at Wimbledon Station will close for three months, whilst work is undertaken on the platform to allow for increased services. Platform 10 will be expanded to allow two trams to be in the station at any one time – the aim being to enable 12 trams an hour between Wimbledon and Croydon […]

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Wimbledon Town centre traffic

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 25 February, 2015

After a resident raised concerns with him, Focus Team member Anthony Fairclough asked the following public question at the last Council meeting: Please could the Cabinet Member confirm whether there are any plans currently under consideration to introduce two-way traffic on Sir Cyril Black Way and Hartfield Road? Similarly, are there plans under consideration to stop traffic turning left from Hartfield Road […]

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Proposals for Rainbow Industrial Estate

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 5 November, 2014

Workspace Ltd, the owners of the Rainbow Industrial Estate, are currently consulting on renewed plans for the site. The area is currently used by a range of businesses including a coach company, in the area southwest of Raynes Park station between the railway tracks that head south to Motspur Park. There have been a range […]

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