Tag Archive: raynerslane

Sep 13 2017

Crowdfunding – the answer to our prayers, thinks Council

Harrow Council is trumpeting about crowdfunding again today, in this case, about Rayners Lane: “A crowdfunded project that promises to transform the centre of Rayner’s Lane is on the verge of hitting its £73,000 funding target – thanks to the enthusiasm of local residents and businesses.” The project says: “We are working with a group …

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Apr 25 2014

Cllr Krishna Shuresh: Labour will ‘make a difference’ to Harrow

I was disappointed to read Cllr Chana’s comments about both myself and the Harrow Labour Party. Free parking is an issue that I have campaigned on for many years, particularly after the Tories scrapped the free-parking trial in September 2013. With local traders in Rayners Lane, we staged a protest to complain about the Tories …

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Mar 27 2014

Hall’s New Pay-and-Display Machines Start to Appear in Harrow

Cllr Susan Hall’s promise to roll out new-style pay-and-display machine for on-street parking has started to materialise, with the installation of one of the new machines into Rayner’s Lane this week. To recap, the new machines will offer 20 minutes free parking: all you need to do is enter your registration number to receive your …

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Nov 05 2013

20-minutes Free Parking – The Story Continues…

Got a few hours spare tonight? You can go along to Harrow Council’s Call-In meeting on the 20-minutes free Parking saga in Rayners Lane. This is the trial where visitors to the area could get 20 minutes free, but simply visiting a ticket machine. However, it’s proved to provide something like only a 2% increase …

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Oct 14 2013

Council blitz team gets stuck in!

STRIMMERS, spades and clippers at the ready, Harrow Council’s newly relaunched ‘blitz team’ got into action today (Monday October 14th) by cleaning up alley ways running off Rayners Lane. The specialist five- person unit cleaned litter and cut back undergrowth along six stretches of alley, approximately two miles in length, at the start of what …

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Jan 06 2013

Alexandra Avenue/Rayners Lane – Proposed Roundabout Consultation

Harrow Council is currently consulting on its idea for a new mini-roundabout in the South Harrow and Rayners Lane area, at the junction of Alexandra Avenue, Rayners Lane and Warden Avenue. Between 1 August 2009 and 31 July 2012 there were 12 reported personal injury accidents at or approaching Alexandra Avenue\Rayners Lane\Warden Avenue junction 2 of which …

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Nov 03 2012

Hodders Law Announce Harrow Office now Open

As part of their commitment to bringing the best legal advice and client care to your doorstep, Hodders Law has an office in Harrow, based in Harrow at 11 Village Way East, Rayners Lane, HA2 7LX. All of their excellent legal services are now available in the Harrow office, including Conveyancing, Commercial and Residential Property …

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Nov 01 2012

1st Rayners Lane Scouts Fun Day – November 3, 2012

The 1st Rayners Lane Scouts are holding a family fun day on Saturday November 3, 2012 at their Scout HQ in Trescoe Gardens, which is at the end of High Worple, in Rayners Lane. The fun kicks off at 12.00 and runs until 3.00pm. No more details than than, I’m afraid. If you’ve got children, …

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Mar 20 2012

The Tithe Farm Players Present “Where there’s a Will” – June 28-30, 2012

Local Amateur Dramatics group, the Tithe Farm Players’ next production will be “Where there’s a Will” – a black comedy by Ian Hornby. This will be performed on 28th, 29th, 30th June starting 8.00pm at Tithe Farm Social Club just off Rayner’s Lane. Tickets cost £5 and are available from Carolyn on 0208 422 5897. …

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Feb 03 2012

Harrow Police’s Operation Cubo Success

Operation Cubo success in Harrow yesterday Harrow Safer Neighbourhoods officers ran a successful traffic operation yesterday in Harrow, supported by officers from Harrow and Hillingdon Safer Transport Team and Court Bailiffs. Locations included Alexandra Avenue, Rayners Lane and Marsh Lane, Stanmore. 14 unroadworthy, untaxed or unisured vehicles were seized, £2,000 of unpaid court fines was …

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