Waste Disposal West Molesey
Few little facts about West-Molesey
Molesey is divided into three wards of the United Kingdom: Molesey South, East and North. The majority of Molesey's detached properties are in the east, which also contains the highest proportion of apartments of the three wards. Molesey's conservation area is to the south by a corollary channel of the River Mole, known as the River Ember, where successive environment authorities have implemented capacity-adding flood defences following a widespread and costly flood in 1968. Molesey Lock is the second lock (and weir) on the River Thames. It is located within 100 metres of Hampton Court Bridge, designed by Edwardian/Arts and Craft architectEdwin Lutyens, styles reflected by contemporary properties in the town. Other styles which are prevalent are 1960s red-brick semi-detached homes and Art Deco/Bauhaus.