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Queen Anne's Lace ©John Inglis Tufted Vetch ©John Inglis Knapweed ©John Inglis Hedge Brown on Hurst Meadows ©Mick Rock

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DISABILITY-ACCESSIBLE TOILET FOR HURST PARK - April 2019
A planning application was submitted for a permanent toilet facility at Sadlers Ride carpark which will be fully accessible for disabled people. It is now in place and should open for business soon.


NEW DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED FOR ROYAL CAMBRIDGE HOME - January 2019
Proposals show complete demolition of the two Victorian villas currently on the site, to be replaced by a much bigger, four-story, modern building. Views through to Hurst Road from the towpath and Hurst Meadows would change dramatically as the site, within the Kent Town Conservation Area, would lose its two locally-llisted buildings of architectural merit. For those wishing to know more or to comment, the application number on the planning pages of Elmbridge Borough Council's website is 2018/3608.


NEW PROPOSALS FOR JOLLY BOATMAN SITE - January 2019
Although not in Hurst Park, there is keen interest in the area around Hampton Court Station and the Bridge. An application for redevelopment of the station car park and former riverside pub site is now on Elmbridge Council's planning pages, number 2018/3810.


BOULES COURT
The court is now in use with a notice about rules and scoring and two benches for spectators. The terrain - as it is called - is next to the Saddlers Ride car park and open for anyone with their own boules to have a game, as well as more formal competitions during the coming spring and summer.


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