The newspaper reported that the proposal could see a tunnel running beneath the existing A4 from the Hogarth roundabout to Earl’s Court with north-south links in a bid to ease congestion, reconnect the town centre with the river and regenerate the area.
However, residents urged caution against allowing developers free rein. Rosemary Pettit, chairwoman of the Hammersmith Society said: “It needs to be clear this is not a golden opportunity for developers to make hay at the expense of Hammersmith.”
A Tube passenger temporarily lost his hearing after being assaulted at Hammersmith Underground station. The attack happened around 6:20pm on Wednesday, 4 September in the ticket hall. Police have released images of a man they want to speak to.
Detective Constable Eloise Lock said: "The 43-year-old victim was queuing up behind a man at the ticket office. The man wasn’t paying attention, so when the window became free, the victim gently tapped him on the shoulder.
"The man reacted aggressively before hitting the victim around the left hand side of his face, causing him to fall to the floor."
Anyone with information can call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016.
A man has been jailed for a string of burglaries targeting elderly and disabled victims, some as old as 92.
John Connors was sentenced to eight years in prison at Isleworth Crown Court. He was found guilty of eleven offences in total across the East Acton and Hammersmith areas.
Mr Connors would trick his way into his victims' homes pretending to be from the 'water board', then distract them while he stole valuables and cash. Many of his victims were pensioners aged over 75 suffering from physical disabilities, including blindness.
Detective Constable Andy Griffin said Connors was a "career criminal" who "preyed" on vulnerable victims.