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  23rd to 25th April More disruption
Posted by: Admin - 22-04-2016, 12:01 PM - Forum: Crossrail Announcements & Updates - Are they keeping you awake? - No Replies

   

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  Thorney Lane road closure
Posted by: Admin - 19-04-2016, 11:32 AM - Forum: Pavements State of - No Replies

   

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  They are back and this time they mean business!
Posted by: Admin - 18-04-2016, 09:31 AM - Forum: 2016 - Cemex Gravel Pit Application North Park - No Replies

   

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  UPDATE from The Chairman
Posted by: Admin - 12-04-2016, 03:13 PM - Forum: Richings Park Residents Association AGM 2016 - No Replies

Dear Resident
Welcome to this year’s annual report.  I hope you will be able to come along to the AGM and tell us what you want us to do for you and the area of Richings Park.

Richings Park remains under siege from all directions! Heathrow and the M4 widening in the south, the HS2/Heathrow Express depot and WRAtH in the west. The Heathrow logistics hub remains a possibility  in the east,
 The Crossrail work continues with disruption to residents living close to the line.  We have therefore been exceptionally busy dealing with these and many other issues.
The Heathrow Express/HS2 depot has been the main focus of our efforts this year.  It will bring more HGVs onto our road and contribute nothing to the local area but noise/light pollution from its 24/7 operation.  We petitioned the Parliamentary Select Cttee to try to get some mitigation measures, notably a contribution to the relief road but Bucks County Council came to an agreement beforehand with HS2, leaving us with very little.  We are still trying to talk to HS2 to get some acknowledgement of our  HGV problems.
Heathrow remains a concern whilst we await the runway decision. Noise, particularly ground noise, remains a concern and we are gathering reports of this – please use the form on the website to do so.  We were very disappointed that no  information was gathered from the noise 
 monitor located in the area and are pushing for yet another monitoring period.

There have been consultation events on the

Western Railway Access to Heathrow

which will leave the Great Western mainline between Langley and Richings Park but will be in tunnels for most of its route.  We now know that  this project will close Mansion Lane permanently with no alternative route.

Thorney Sidings and the Aggregate Industries sites are being redeveloped with more HGV generating activites being set up on them. HGV traffic remains a huge concern and we take action wherever we can.  The recent Stobart Biomass application has now been withdrawn.

Parking around the shops is a perennial  concern for residents and shopkeepers alike. Additional traffic wardens for enforcement of the restrictions have started work but the  consultation on the  revised parking restrictions that we have worked on with residents for so long has now been scrapped by Bucks County Council.  

Some good news: Crossrail will rebuild Iver Station with lifts to the platforms.

Our thanks to those who have looked after Kingfisher Garden in Thorney Mill Road for us this year and done a splendid job.



Updates.  We aim to keep you updated via on our regular piece in Out and About in Iver, our website and our new Richings Park today site http://richingspark.today with all the latest news and where you can get involved

                      Wendy Matthews
                            Chairman

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  AGENDA
Posted by: Admin - 12-04-2016, 03:11 PM - Forum: Richings Park Residents Association AGM 2016 - No Replies

Richings Park Residents Association

AGM  AGENDA
 
1.    Apologies for Absence
2.    Minutes of the  24th April 2014 AGM
3.    Adoption of the Minutes
4.    Matters arising
5.    Statement and adoption  of the Accounts
6.    Election of the committee
The following are due to retire and are willing to stand again: Jan Wiseman, Graham Young, Mukhtar Ali, Lindsey Beagle, Matthew McEvoy, Stewart O’Malley. Other nominations  are welcome; we particularly need representation from  residents in Syke Cluan, Wellesley Ave and Thorney Lane South. Judy Teader has left the Committee as she has moved away.
7.    Chairman’s Report
8.    Local neighbourhood police team report
9.    Questions on Parish, District and County Council activities
10. Questions and Any Other Business. 
If there is any other item you would like to discuss please raise it here.
 
May I take this opportunity to thank the committee for the work they have done this year especially Jan who has taken the minutes, Graham who has looked after our finances and website and Alan Barrett who oversees Kingfisher Garden.
 
Subscriptions are now due. This year’s subscription is £5.00 per household. Could you please return your subscription to your committee member whose address is on the envelope provided. You can also leave it at the Post Office or pay at the AGM.
 
Who are we?

The RPRA is a non-profit organisation made up of local residents of Richings Park and Thorney.
What do we do?
We (The committee) come together every month to address issues within the local area and act as a voice for the local community. We rely solely on your contributions to finance our efforts to resolve your concerns.
Where and When do we meet?
We meet monthly, normally the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 8pm at Richings Park Sports Club.
Can I attend? How do I join?
Yes. The first 15 minutes of each meeting is open to the general public to raise any issues or concerns to the committee. Thereafter the meeting is closed to the public for the committee to address your concerns. We would welcome new members to come and join the committee. Please attend the next meeting or contact your local committee member.
Where can I get more Information?
The minutes of each meeting, treasurer’s reports and current issues are put on our website together with other useful information. Please visit www.richingspark.com
 

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  April Update
Posted by: Admin - 12-04-2016, 02:59 PM - Forum: Crossrail Announcements & Updates - Are they keeping you awake? - Replies (2)

   

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  Minutes 24th February 2016
Posted by: Admin - 22-03-2016, 07:13 PM - Forum: Next Residents Association meeting - 25-07-2016 - No Replies


.pdf   RPRA Agenda Mar 16.pdf (Size: 203.93 KB / Downloads: 3)


.pdf   RPRA Minutes Draft, 24 February 2016.pdf (Size: 410.98 KB / Downloads: 5)

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  Iver you shall not sleep over Easter!
Posted by: Admin - 16-03-2016, 10:01 AM - Forum: Crossrail Announcements & Updates - Are they keeping you awake? - No Replies

   
   

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  March 2016 - Update!
Posted by: Admin - 02-03-2016, 11:46 AM - Forum: Crossrail Announcements & Updates - Are they keeping you awake? - No Replies

   

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  Meeting of Electors -7th March 2016-8PM
Posted by: Admin - 16-02-2016, 02:02 PM - Forum: Parish Council - No Replies

   

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