Turnham Green Area Improvements

Consultation outcomes to be presented at special area committee meeting

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The public consultation in which people who live close to, work or visit Turnham Green were asked for their views on a range of proposals to improve and enhance the area, received a huge response.

These responses have now been incorporated into a report which will be presented and discussed at a special meeting of the Chiswick Area Committee Wednesday 23 November at 7.30pm in Chiswick Town Hall.

Just some of the 26 proposals up for discussion are:

  • The removal of disused public conveniences and replacement with landscaped area.
  • New tree planting to continue line of trees around the cricket pitch.
  • Providing new seating and bins to the west of the green.
  • Providing new path to continue east-west walk within green.
  • Cleaning War Memorial and entrance pillars, providing new gallows gate, refurbishing planting and improving paving to prevent puddles forming.
  • New seating area shielded from road overlooking central green area. New trees to complement existing mature trees.
  • Improvements to Barley Mow Passage – new paving in concrete flags (pedestrian) and Tegula concrete blocks (vehicular/pedestrian) and removal of clutter.

Committee members are inviting residents to come along to the meeting and take advantage of the opportunity to discuss the proposals informally with Officers and local Councillors.



July 27, 2005