Hello and welcome to your hub of information about Twickenham and the Riverside development project.
Here you can find out about The Twickenham Coalition -
• Who we are and why we have come together under The Twickenham Coalition banner
• Our vision for Twickenham, our community and for this special site along the Thames
and the facts about Richmond Council and what they are planning to do.
We are determined to see Richmond Council deliver for Twickenham everything they promised to deliver.
The Twickenham Coalition
'Love our town'
Why does The Twickenham Coalition get involved? Short answer: We want the best for Twickenham and we hold Richmond Council to account, to deliver what they said they will deliver in the Twickenham Riverside development. Quite simply, they haven’t. The Coalition’s aim is to revitalise our unique and very special riverside, to strengthen the local […]Read More
Representation by The Twickenham Coalition, Part 1 – INTRODUCTION, GENERAL COMMENTS 1. INTRODUCTION This written representation to the Transport and Air Quality Committee speaks for The Twickenham Coalition which was formed in February this year. The Twickenham Coalition is supported by Doug Orchard as Chair of the Twickenham Society, Mac McInerny of the Heatham Alliance […]Read More
Representation by The Twickenham Coalition, Part 2 – PARKING 3. CPZ PARKING PROPOSALS AND TOWN CENTRE CAR PARKS The report makes no reference to Richmond Council’s Parking Strategy, Redevelopment of Twickenham Riverside (anonymous and undated). This official document states that the Highway Authority is confident it can readily and sensibly manage the displacement of the […]Read More
Representation by The Twickenham Coalition, Part 3 – ACCESS, SERVICING AND CONCLUSION 4. ACCESS AND SERVICING PROPOSALS There are a great many questions arising from the Council Officers’ proposals, which Members will no doubt examine. For example, motor vehicle access points and movements are indicated (Appendix 3) but pedestrian and cycling movements, shared cycle/footpaths and […]Read More
QUARTERMAINE’S TERMS The Richmond Shakespeare Society presents Simon Gray’s witty and intriguing look at the lives of a group of lecturers at a private college in Cambridge Dates: Saturday 17 to Saturday 24 July except Weds 21 July Performances: Contact Box Office 07484 927662 or firstname.lastname@example.org Where: The Mary Wallace Theatre, The Embankment, Twickenham, TW1 […]Read More
Saturday 26th June 2021, KO 5:30 pm Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final 2021 – Expected attendance 10,000 Sunday 4th July 2021, KO (TBC) Summer Series, England v USA – Expected attendance (TBC) Saturday 10th July 2021, KO (TBC) Summer Series, England v Canada – Expected attendance (TBC) Saturday 6th November 2021, KO 3:15 pm (TBC) England […]Read More
National Beer Day is supported by the major organisations in the beer industry including the Society of Independent Brewers, the British Beer & Pub Association and the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra). In Church Street, Twickenham, you will find several of the top hostelries in the town, including Brewery Market, a draught apothecary dispensing craft […]Read More
Coalition letter to the Editor, Twickenham & Richmond Tribune There are a few, brief but important, notes of caution arising from Ben Makins’ letter in last week’s Tribune (28 May). Firstly, the writer’s ‘outside the box’ thinking presupposes amendments to the design brief produced by the RIBA and Richmond Council and formally approved two years […]Read More
Ramsgate, J M W Turner c. 1824, Tate Britain Turner’s House at Sandycombe Lodge is a heritage site of local and international importance, a rural retreat built for the great British landscape artist J M W Turner during Regency times, here in Twickenham. It is also the venue of important exhibitions of Turner’s work, such […]Read More