Monthly Archives: January 2012

End of the Tudors

Alongside the incredible scale of work going on around Reading station is a more humble redevelopment which will remove another troublesome eyesore. Homes on the south side of Tudor Road had been subject of a remarkable legal wrangle when The … Continue reading

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Sold on HP

Within two weeks of writing about the former HP site at Worton Grange, an entirely new planning application emerges. This time, the mixed use scheme for 300 homes, supermarket and bus interchange, seem particularly uninspiring. This area is hugely industrial … Continue reading

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Low emissions groan

Every now and then you come across a story that seems to have significance way beyond making the business owner wealthy. Richard Bird, owner of Hydrotechnix in Burghfield Commom, has come up with a device which, when fitted to an … Continue reading

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Up the junction

While Ikea goes into the planning process to make the case for building a store near junction 12, there is a huge missed opportunity at junction 11. Hectic junction 12, already coping with traffic from Sainbury’s and host of retailers … Continue reading

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