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Serving the needs of residents in the
Spring Grove area of Isleworth, UK
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What we do
 
For more than twenty five years Spring Grove Residents’ Association has acted on behalf of residents on MANY local issues.
    WE HAVE:
    • been instrumental in the removal of travellers and rubbish from the former Spring Grove laundry site, now Herbert Place
    • raised issues concerning density of development, car parking and overlooking of neighbouring premises with Linden Homes over planning application for Herbert Place Plane over house
    • campaigned against increasing aircraft noise and further expansion of Heathrow
    • lobbied Thames Water on local flooding, particularly in The Drive
    • fought for improvements in the local roads/pavements/ shrubbery/tree management
    • been involved over several years in the struggle for the building of the Medical Centre, the Thornbury Road Centre for Health, which was part of the original planning permission for the site but was dropped by the developers
    • pursued the enforcement department of the LBH when developments breach their planning permissions
    • supported Campion Concerns over an acceptable development of the Campion House site
    • kept residents informed of events in the local area, and other events of interest in Greater London
Objectives of Spring Grove Residents’ Association
This Association has been in existence since 1981 and has established itself as an organised body to represent and protect the interests of local residents based upon the following three main objectives:
  1. To protect and improve the quality of life in the area.
  2. To inform members of any proposed developments which may affect amenities in the area.
  3. To present the views of the Association to the appropriate organisations, agencies and elected members of local and central government.

We are non-political and non-sectarian; our sole aim being to protect the interests of residents in the area.
The Association is affiliated to HACAN and the CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England).

The Association works as a Neighbourhood Watch Group, with Committee members serving as street co-ordinators.

The Committee meets monthly and is frequently attended by our Community Police who keep us up to the minute with local issues.

Members have regular invitations to our social events and get-togethers.


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