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200 HAREFIELD ROAD - Two storey rear extension and front porch.
30A NEW WINDSOR STREET - 1 x 1 bed flat to rear of existing dwelling.
UXBRIDGE: BARCLAYS BANK, 141-142 HIGH STREET - Alterations to existing front and side with new CCTV and installation of 4 condenser units to rear.
5 SOUTH COMMON ROAD - Two storey side/rear extension involving the demolition of existing attached garage, conversion of roofspace to habitable space with 4 rooflights to sides.
23 NORTON ROAD - Conversion of existing dwelling to create 1 two-bedroom and 1 three bedroom dwelling, involving part two storey, part first floor rear extension, installation of new vehicular crossover and associated parking and amenity space.
A THREE-year-old girl is in with a fighting chance of making a life changing operation which is costing ÃÂ£40,000.
Macey Page has cerebral palsy and has trouble moving her legs and the operation would enable her to walk properly.
Macey's mother Nicola was born in Cowley and grew up in the area, and is currently living in Ivanhoe Close.
In April Macey was told she would be able to go to St Louis Hospital in Missouri, America, for a life changing operation, but the operation would cost ÃÂ£40,000.
ANGLERS are hoping to sink major plans to turn their famous fishing lake into a marina.
Farlows Lake in Iver, the site of the British Carp Angling Championships, is one of the best carp fishing lakes in the country and is used by up to 300 anglers at weekends including, on occasion, ex-England goalkeeper David Seaman.
It is used by hordes of fishermen across the borough, with many from Uxbridge using the waters to capture prize catches.
RESIDENTS were making a last ditch attempt to stop a children's centre being built which they argue will bring more unwanted traffic to the area.
The single storey building will be built on 'vegetation' at the end of Whitehall Junior School's playing fields, in Cowley Road, Uxbridge.
Planning permission was approved last year, but the need to amend of the conditions relating to the design of the building need to be rubberstamped.
VACANT offices which have been 'priced out of the market' are to be converted into flats.
Sheraton House, in Rockingham Road, Uxbridge, an office block which has been used by solicitors, will be adapted into two one-bedroom and four two-bedroom flats.
Each flat will also have a balcony as part of the property.
ISS Solicitors occupy the ground floor of the building, but the upper levels have been largely vacant for over 10 years.
FIVE generations of one family are celebrating being together as the eldest prepares for her 100th birthday.
Phyllis Butterworth, who was born in Cowley Road, Uxbridge in January 1911, is just five months short of her centenary, and was thrilled to be at the birth of her great great grandaughter.
Phyllis attended Whitehall School and Providence Congregational Church, now Christ Church, in Redford Way, Uxbridge, and she married in 1932 to her husband Victor who has now died.
A PIECE of rock from a galaxy far far away has proved rather unexciting after all, with a quite plane explanation.
Scientists from around the world, and even Sir Patrick Moore, took notice after the incredible news that a meteorite landed at Uxbridge Cricket Club, in Gatting Way, Uxbridge.
Two fans from Sussex, who were playing Middlesex last Saturday, told of their delight and excitement after a mystery rock 'fell from the sky' splitting in two on impact.
THE money raised by 100 runners was handed over to charity this week at the pub which organised the event.
The Dolphin Dash, a 10k run, was held in May, organised by Noel Martin, licensee of the Dolphin Pub in Rockingham Road, Uxbridge.
Over ÃÂ£2,000 was raised for the Paul Strickland Scanner Centre, a charity based in the grounds at Mount Vernon Hospital.
REACTION to the Gazette's story about autism sufferer Steven Neary being banned from returning home to his family generated a record-breaking online response.
Mark Neary, 51, of Penrith Close, Uxbridge, has been fighting to get his son returned home from the 'positive behaviour unit' in Colham Road, Yiewsley, and is now looking at taking the matter further with legal proceedings.
Steven, 20, a former Moorcroft School student, went into the centre for respite care in December for what was supposed to be just three days while his dad was ill.