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Transport for London (TfL) have issued a consultation on changing – and reducing – route 167 run by TfL, following the decision by Essex County Council (ECC) to remove the £70,0000pa subsidy to TfL for routes 167 and 20.
Broadly, TfL’s proposal involves curtailing the 167 at Loughton Station so it would no longer run north of there. It would not serve the High Road, Church Hill or the Debden Estate, but it would run to the same frequency and route between Loughton Station and Ilford, thus still serving Loughton’s Roding ward.
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Nu-Bar & LuXe
LRA has long argued for midnight closing for all licensed premises in residential areas, and for changes which would end Loughton being a late-night venue for people from all over London & Essex. It’s now possible that things may be moving in the right direction!
Nu-Bar’s licence now requires them to stop selling alcohol at midnight, with a half-hour drinking-up time (so 12.30am closing time), plus various conditions on how the premises should be operated. They have accepted this, and have re-opened. More
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