Thames Water works begin in Brunner Road on Tuesday after Easter

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Thames Water work may cause disruption

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Thames Water has advised this week that its contractors will be doing essential water works from Tuesday 23 April until Sunday 28 April inclusive.

The work will be carried out by the Agility Alliance and Murphy Group.

During these works the junction between Brunner Road and South Grove will be closed.

Access to Brunner Road will only be available from St James Street.

Thames Water advise us they will be putting suitable signs in place.

Contact Lee Roberts at Murphy Group with any questions.

CRATE St James Street construction continues

Pillar Brewery Crate delivered

CRATE St James Street is continuing to receive new crates each week as the modular building takes shape on the former car park.

CRATE St James Street will provide 32 businesses with vibrant new workspaces enabling small and growing local businesses and start-ups to take their enterprise to the next level.

The scheme will also provide shared areas for meeting clients and communal space for visitors.

The project should be completed and trading by June this year.

Get further details about this scheme

Help shape how Coppermill area will look

Coppermill Livable Neighbourhoods

Following last year’s perception survey for the Coppermill Liveable Neighbourhood programme, the Council is now inviting residents to help us shape proposed improvements for the area.

These workshops will give residents an opportunity to share their views on how to make the area safer and easier to travel around.

There will be a presentation on the feedback we've had so far, as well as group exercises and opportunities for discussion. The workshops are taking place on Tuesday 23 April and Wednesday 24 April from 6.30pm to 8.30pm at Willowfield School.

Spaces are limited so if you would like to attend the workshop you must register in advance.

Find out more and book your place

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