Monday, June 30, 2003
Among this year's illustrious pupils is Debi Gaunt who exhibited at The End of Year Show with a most unusual translation of sound to image. Debi portrayed 3 of Bach's fugues in visual images. We are delighted to announce that Debi got and Hons Degree. 2/1. Debi's work has been commissioned for an exhibition in Greenwich.
OUTLINE PLANNING CONSENT GRANTED TONIGHT. 30TH JUNE
posting time 12.30am Tuesday
It has since come to light that there is a report by Alan Draper regional offcer of the LWT supporting the application. However there is now a very impressive submission from the Burbage Road Residents Association pointing out all the breaches re:Metropolitan Open Land and of the Unitary Development Plan.
Having had a quick read at this lengthy submission it is surprising that officers are prepared to stick their necks out to recommend this.. There are likely grounds for judicial review. There is substantial loss of open space to new buildings and
car parking on a very considerable scale1
Saturday, June 28, 2003
SOUTHWARK TOWN HALL 7PM.
The London Wildlife survey of the site in 1997 when a road was proposed completely opposed the loss of the Heren Hill Stadium Meadow a Site of Local Importance for Nature Conservation. However a report gone in this time with their name on it but done by a local firm supports the vcreation of new building and car park. A deferral is being sought to allow for proper consideration of this and also the process is being challenged as Southwark Council commissioned the Project Managers to devise a scheme and shortly before earlier deferred meetings withdrew their name from the planning application. Southwark are also major if not sole funder of the project managers. There would seem to be an attempt to create a distance and impartiality
which is not the case. Copies of 1997 LWT report from email@example.com
Monday, June 23, 2003
Monday 23rd. June beautiful sunny day MID-DAY STADIUM CLOSED.
4.30PM STADIUM CLOSED.
Friday, June 20, 2003
The Herne Hill Stadium Meadow is listed by the London Borough of Southwark as a Site of Local Importance for Nature conservation. ( is this why Southwark have suddenly withdrawn as joint applicant for the scheme.
Any development must recognise this and rebuilding should take place on existing footprint.
7.30PM THURSDAY 19TH JUNE 1 CYCLIST USING TRACK. WARM SUNNY EVENING BREEZE
3PM FRIDAY 20TH JUNE STADIUM LOCKED WARM SUNNYT AFTERNOON.
Before you consider supporting the present scheme I urge you to take a walk around the most wonderful local nature reserve. I did this last night its full of wildflowers and wildife habitats. Its heaven in Herne Hill. If any plans are to be approved for the VELO it must include preservation of this site.
Thursday, June 19, 2003
The Southwark Area Two does include the Norwood Road Shops and Croxted Road as far as the Rail Bridge by the garden centre
This company is responsible for 3 and 322 routes locally. in response to points made. the following statement was made. There is a bus champion dedictaed to lifting standards . Further driving inspectors are being appointed and they do this incognito. Not mentioned from the floor but raised in netwroking was the inadequacy of bus provision for the Milkwood Road and Milkwood Estate and Kate Thomas of TUG has suggested rerouting the 322 at Brixton Polic station to come over to Loughborough Junction and along Milkwood Road to Herne Hill.
Any turning problemon the return journey at Brixtonb Police Station could be resolved with the Bus Plus initiative for the Brixton Road/Stockwell Road triangle.
The second meeting was packed as the Chairman Kim Humphries instead of setting the agenda entirely had taken on board the Herne Hill Forums suggestion of letting the floor set the agenda and Having put the Velodrome about 160 people turned up. Views from both camps were heard . The committee has now delegated powers on this however. Kim had also agreed to cover the dsiposal of cottages at Belair Park and had arranged for an officer to attend to respond to questions The outcome is a meeting with Mr. Johnston next week.
VAL SHAWCROSS was present the local GLA member. Tfl were present as were management from Connex to discuss service on 3 and 322 routes. more detqail on this later.
Wednesday, June 18, 2003
Also just released by Clare Skilbeck illustrator ( Clare launched the Brockwell Park a couple of years ago)
Its a lovely work with a colourful characheter key of abou 30 worthies of past and present associated with Dulwich and the park. available from TREAURE PRODUCTIONS £15 7733 5388 aLSO AVAILABLE AT
Brockwell Art, Railton Road, Studio 45 Dulwich Village and Dara Arts Lordhip Lane. Should be avilable at the Dulwich Community Council tonight
Just published by the Herne Hill Society 120 places of interest oragnised in a walk form. Heritage History of many places include Brockwell Park Lido and lots of houses your's could be mentioned.
CHEQUE FOR £5.50 TO HERNE HILL SOCIETY PO BOX 27845 SE24 9XA
AVAILABLE AT HERNE HILL STATION PAPER KIOSK £5.
FRIENDS OF BROCKWELL PARK WELCOME FRIENDS HELP ON STALL 19th and 20th July email
firstname.lastname@example.org to offer a 2 hour stint.
Southwark have announced the introduction of CPZ in area from Half Moon Pub as far as Ruskin Walk the up Burbage Road to Rail Bridge then |Stradella and Winterbrook. Included for possible quick add on are Carver Warmington and Ruskin when displacement gets bad. Contact email@example.com for details.
He also mentioned the Poets Corner zone . ( verbal info says implementation from 1st August) So good co-ordination there. . One Major omission is the Norwood Road shops.
Tuesday, June 17, 2003
Following the reported siting of a mass of over 100 rubbish bags some with putrescent waste ( it was smelling) in the Stable Yard at Brockwell Hall, Parks Offcer Lee Hills states that Mr. Chin -Kit Parks manager has been advised that rubbish must be store in skips.
Rodeny Pinder of Springfeilds and Stradella reports that Alistair Gallatly will now be full time officer for the an area bonded by Red Post Hill to HH Junction bounded by Herne Hill on one side and to include Burbage Road as far as the RailBridge and Winterbrook and Stradella.
Shaun Mulcahy will be full time in the Dulwich Villahe area.
Saturday, June 14, 2003
I am informed that the stableblock at the park has already been sold back to the College Estate and that an offer will be made to use part of the proceeds to restore the toilets now closed.The new managers of Belair house are proposing a kiosk in the park adjacent to the toilets so this would add a degree of supervision.
The latest news on revised date for implementation is 1st August.
Large areas of this part of Herne Hill do not fall within the Mayors target of bus stop within 400 metres of every home. The Tug Group suggest reroutiung the 322 via Loughborough junction.
Issues about the quality of lifew especially with bus volumes and the suitability of Rymer street were discussed on Wednesday during a visit by Andrew Sawdon Exec. Member for Regeneration and Traffic. Councillor Jim Dickson was also there to support the case. The TUG action group have been on the case for some while and have joined forces with the Forum,s Junction group. All issues relating to the junction were addressed.
One step further forward..... This week the Copuncil Executive approved the spending programmes for next year. Included in the funding bid to TFL under the Bus Priority Programme was £300K for the HH Junction and £100K the following year. Decisions on this will be made by TFL if October and then the Councils programme will be revised on the basis of funding awarded. The TFL bid is for £7.5m. lasy year it was £10.25 with £3.5 awarded. So the relentless campaign must be kep up.
The HH junction is first priority with a group of 3. There are 18 different categories under the Transport heading ranginbg from Walking schemes to bridge repairs.
The Herne Hill CPZ tro include Camberwell III is in at 225K and 75K the following year Peter OConnell has been sponoring this for some while and his support for the scheme is included in the report..
Councillor Clare Whelan,s representation on behalf of the included. The full reports will be available at the committee meeting on 16th
Friday, June 13, 2003
(Lambeths is 19/20 July at Brockwell as usual)
The campaign group for the Lido hold their AGM at the Pool Sunday 15th 10am come for a swim and breakfast.
Cllrs Peter Truesdale ( leader) and Clare Whelan (Environment) visited the park last Monday to see the prposal first hand. To complet the funding packad Lambeth have offered £25K.. Sport England or one of several agencies who have agreed to fund the scheme, which will inclded £250 to Jessop school for a multi sports surface andmother facilities. which will be accessibe from the Park.
The Capital project for the Park will be £250K with an innovative £250K maintenance and 5 year staffing package. This is the work of the Milkwood Residents Association backed by London & Quadrant and Ian Sesnan and independent project champion.
TheFriends of Belair Park are objectin to the proposed sale of the stable block which forms an integral part of the architectural heritage of Belair and they feel tht the building should be refurbished for say artists' studios and workshops which would meet Heritage Lottery Fund Criteria.
Following pressure from the HHF the next pulic meeting of Southwark's new community Council will have the future of the HH Veldrome as its main topic . The meeting is Wednesday 18th June 7pm Half Moon Lane Methodist Hall.
At present Southwark have a dedicated officer PC Alistair Gelatley. However on the Lambeth side the three regular officers are on other duties. and we have a change every 10 weeks. PC Kirby is available from the regular team. Deputy Borough Commander for Lambeth Supt Malcolm Tillyer, who was at the meeting indicated that we may revert to regular officers once pressure allow this. Not present but taking a close interest in the issue were Cllrs Clare Whelan and Peter O'Connell.
Following the issue of crime raised at the January meeting with Tessa Jowell. Simon Taylor has been leading for the forum on this issue and thii resulted in forum of police, community safety officers,Tessa Jowell VAL Shawcross, Lambeth's Street Care & Housing Staff 7 Clr Michelle Pierce and the Forum and HH Society.
This took place at Island Arts Studio . The outcome is a forthcoming Joint enforcement exercise of enforcemnt staff ( final composition to be decided and police from both Boroughs.
The areA will start at RosendalE Road Peabody estate down Norwood Road along Dulwich Road along Milton Road back up Rauiilton road to bride donw Milkwood Road tomGubyon anve up Kestrel to Herne Hill then the North Dulwich Triangle , Stradella Winterbrook and Burbage Road ( Part). tHIS WILL BE REPEATED IN THE FUTURE.
Tuesday, June 03, 2003
Mayor Tim Sargent withsttod the annual endurance test oif walk round Brockwell Park for 3 hours. and deciated 17 trees, three benches and a new rail service from Herne Hill Gate to the Lido Gate. Tim was a passenger on the orginal run as was Robert Holden and Derek Hoare, who last rode the railway 50 years ago and we even had one the train drivers from the. Well done Rowland. This service will be available every weekend and school holidays and costs £1 return
This takes place at the end of this week and is the repsonse to issues raised by forum members over the last few months, We have managed to secure the following participants. Deputy Borough Police Commanders for Lambeth & Southwark , Community Safety Officers, Val Shawcross, Tessa Jowell and councillors from the Three wards HH, Village and Thurlow Park. Also involved wil be Forum members with and some neighbourhood watch and residents reps. a report will be given next week.
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