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Another in the occasional series on “Far-Flung Lost London” …

Osterley was first recorded in 1274 as Osterle, from the Old English eowestre, meaning sheep-fold, and… 133 more words

London History

Osterley Park Hotel Premises Licence to be reviewed

Under new management since early 2017, the Osterley Park Hotel at 764 Great West Road, Isleworth has seen numerous enhancements to the buildings’ fabric. Other changes to what is on offer have meant increased use and varied events that have necessitated a review of the existing premises licence, applied for by Hounslow Council’s Licensing Enforcement Officer and supported by Hounslow Police. 203 more words


Long awaited improvements at Syon Lane

Looking at the photo archive kept for Syon Lane since late 2014, it is very pleasing that work with residents and Hounslow Council’s Traffic Team is about to bear fruit. 200 more words


St Vincent de Paul, Wultham Road, Osterley (Roman Catholic)

The present church dates from 2004 and was designed by Jos Townend. It is set behind the original church of 1933 by T.H.B. Scott which is now the parish hall. 17 more words

London Borough Of Hounslow

St Mary, Osterley Road, Spring Grove, Osterley

The church for the contemporary Spring Grove estate. It dates from 1856 and was designed by the estate’s architect J. Taylor. impressive windows of 1866 by Robert Bayne, plus two in the nave by Veronica Whall.

London Borough Of Hounslow

Man vs Food on Syon Lane: New alcohol licence application

With the previous operating company going into liquidation in December 2016, an application for an alcohol licence for Man vs Food at 42 Syon Lane has been submitted to Hounslow Council. 133 more words