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Local business survey
Local business survey
Richmond Council is keen to hear the views of local business owners, particularly about the challenges you face and the type of support provision that may be required.
Don't miss your chance to tell your local council all about what issues matter to you, in three local Question Time style events being held locally to Richmond this January and February.
Do you have a great business idea and need some help to get it off the ground?...
The Business Offers Scheme run by the London Borough of Richmond provides a free promotional platform for businesses in Richmond upon Thames.
What could your business achieve with high speed broadband?...
Many retailers in properties with a rateable value of £50,000 or less can claim up to £1000 discount for each of the next two years.
Richmond Town Centre will come alive at night with live music and special offers on the first Thursday of every month to mark the arrival of late night shopping.
A 20mph speed limit is now in place throughout Twickenham Town Centre as part of the next phase of Richmond Council’s major improvements project ‘Twickenham Rediscovered’.
To commemorate the centenary of World War One Richmond Council will provide £50k to help fund Civic Pride projects that support the authority’s four-year programme of remembrance.
The future growth of the borough’s retail space will be analysed after Richmond Council commissioned a study which will research the health of the borough’s town centres.
Warmer homes for less
Warmer homes for less
A new energy saving scheme that could drive down fuel bills by giving residents free efficiency advice has been launched by Richmond Council.
A hotel with a difference will open in Richmond in the next few weeks when a habitat for a variety of insects is unveiled.
An evening of head scratching, curry, wine, and Lawrence Dallaglio was more than enough to raise a smile and £10k at the Mayor’s Charity Sport quiz.
If agreed at Cabinet on Thursday 12 December residents in Kew, Whitton and Hampton Hill High Street will be consulted on the possible introduction of 20mph speed limits.
Make sure presents get to their intended recipients this year, and not someone’s swag bag, by following some simple steps from the Council and police as part of our joint Christmas safety campaign.
The environmental endeavours of The Forge Clinic, where staff cycle and walk to work and recycling has gone from zero to 80 per cent, has made the business one of the greenest in Richmond.
£490,000 is now up for grabs as the Community Roads and Pavements Fund opens again – it’s up to you to choose how it’s spent.
Richmond upon Thames has scooped two top awards at the prestigious ‘Oscars’ of the gardening world.
Children from Hampton Hill and Collis Primary School have designed official posters to prompt dog owners to clean up after their pets in the parks around Richmond upon Thames.
Businesses in Richmond are invited to save money by joining a free programme to improve their environmental performance.
Twenty Eight residents from around Richmond borough were honoured at the Council’s Community Awards to recognise local people who do great work for their communities and make a real difference to people's lives, often without any reward.
The Supreme Court has dismissed the final legal manoeuvre by TRAG to prevent the development of Twickenham Station.
Stay safe this Summer
Stay safe this Summer
The sun has been shining and temperatures rising over the last few weeks – but this Summer take a moment to make sure you’re safe whilst enjoying it.
Twickenham could become a ‘mini Holland’, with improved cycling commuter routes into central London, cycle routes adjacent to railway lines, quietway routes and potentially a pedestrian/cycle bridge linking the area to Ham – should a bid to TfL be successful.
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