Does the Mogden whiff reach Woodlands area in Isleworth?!

(6 Posts)
saveoursouls Tue 07-Mar-17 17:24:14

Just this really.
Seen a house we're interesting in viewing, in Woodlands area - specifically Woodlands Road TW7.
But I can't find much info about how far the Mogden whiff actually travels, on a bad day when upwind from it.
I know the prevailing wind in the south east is south westerly, apparently, and that Mogden were forced to improve their site a few years back, but I'd love to hear from anyone who lives in Isleworth - and specifically Woodlands - who can shed some light.
Thanks all flowers

saveoursouls Tue 07-Mar-17 17:24:32

flowers even grin

saveoursouls Wed 08-Mar-17 13:40:22

bumping

Marv1nGay3 Wed 08-Mar-17 18:24:11

Hi there- I live in Isleworth near the Green School and we can sometimes smell it, especially in summer. Planes more of a nuisance where we are, though! Otherwise Isleworth is nice! X

saveoursouls Wed 08-Mar-17 20:25:36

Thanks - could I ask you whereabouts you are, in relation to the school?
Feel free to PM me if you'd rather not say publicly smile
I'd be really interested in knowing how bad it is when you smell it, or: all day unbearable pong, that requires windows shut, or a faint whiff for a few seconds.
As someone who pretty much lives with open windows, it's important to me.
I've visited Isleworth many times, in different parts and have yet to smell it.
The planes strangely don't bother me much, but then I'm not currently sleeping there either, like you!
Apparently they start at 4.30am...

Marv1nGay3 Wed 08-Mar-17 23:17:16

We are very very near the Green School! Where we are it is just now and then that we can smell it. I sometimes go with my kids to Redlees Park and the Mogden smell is really awful there.

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