Sunday, September 28, 2003
The fine brick walls running the length of Milkwood Road as far as the industrial estate have been in some disrepair for a while and temporary fencing was put up. Railtrack have now removed this.
Now almost the entire stretch has had new railings installed. Residents are concerned about the loss of amenity -the stark appearance of the these railings and the increase in noise from trains. Railings of 2m need planning permission. Action group needed.
SAM CRONIN (8)
The Forum and Friends of Brockwell Park are saddened to learn of the death of Sam Cronin last Thursday evening following an accident on the BMX track in Brockwell Park earlier that day. ]
Sam lived in Guernsey Grove and was a pupil at Rosendale school .
Friday, September 26, 2003
Southwark have announced intention to proceed with implementation of the Controlled Parking Zone to include Burbage(part Winterbrook Stradella, Half Moon Lane.
The officers and councillors haven't got the guts to include
However in its wisdom a small section of CROZTED ROAD fromthe junction with Norwood Road to the Rail bridge by the petrol station LEFT HAND SIDE of the street only- is to be included. This will create misery for the residents on the Lambeth side and Hawarden and Guernsey.
To protest contact Chris Roberts-Wray 7525 5381
The Forum only wants joined up thinking on this matter by both boroughs AS PROMISED BY BOTH COUNCILS IN MARCH.
is host this evening to Margaret Atkinson's work
WEDDING ROOM QUILT EXHIBITION
come along Friday 26th Sept 7pm till 10pm
REDGATE GALLERY 209A COLDHARBOUR LANE IN RAILWAY ARCH UNDERNEATH LOUGHBOROUGH JUNCTION RAIL BRIDGE.
HERNE HILL VELODROME OPEN DAY
SATURDAY 4TH OCTOBER 1PM-5PM
A FAMILY FUN DAY AND OPPORTUNITY TO AQUAINT YOURSELF WITH HERNE HILL CYCLING STADIUM & THE REGENERATION PLANS
Activities include novice track cycling with track bikes and helemets provided.
Children's biking on great montain bike track.
Bike surgery SEE THE REGENERATION PLANS
SEE www.hernehillvelodrome.co.uk 8693 2618
Tuesday, September 23, 2003
No not the chip shop but Oliver Stutter tree offficer for Southwark has quietly been replacing dead trees in Half Moon Lane and neighbouring streets and advises us that there is a continuous programme of replacement
sAT 27TH sEPT 10AM TILL 5PM ADMISSION FREE
TALKS ON THE HISTORY OF THEATRE AND MUSIC HALL IN LAMBETH. Minet Library 52 Knatchbull Road
11am Theatrical family History
12pm Licensed pits of darkness- popular theatre and entertainment in 19th c Lambeth Jon Newman
2pm Charlie Chaplin and Lambeth Sue Mckenzie
3pm The Architecture of entertainment Brian Bloice.
4pm Music Hall in Lambeth with piano accompaniment
T Mobile have applied to erect a telecommnunications mast at this contentious site. The area is to be redesignated for housing in the new draft UDP and a mast would act as further obstacle to rezoning it is also close to large swathes of housing both sides of the railway track.
The case office at Lambeth Planning is Craig mcGhee 7926 5020 and email is probably email@example.com.
The Brixton Area Committee have allocated £8k towards making this passage secure by erecting gates either end.
The lgal process of blocking up a right opf way can be expensive. But under recent legislation areas identified as crime hotspots have a fast track procedure.
The Brixton Area Committee have allocated £10k for a study into new toilet provision for the Area. The Brixton Area Forum environment working group will be visiting toilets in Westminster for ideas. Doesnt it make you laugh!!!
The boundary roads starting at 1 Herne Hill top to shops at bottom of HH then 4 Half Moon Lane Cafe Prov to Chutney
Restaurant No 15 Norwood Road then to corner of Croxted Road and then to 204 Croxted road. This area is dealt with in part by Southwark and part by Lambeth. I have been advised that the shops 159 to 171 Herne from corner of Carver Road to Dentists at Half Moon Lane were not being done by anyone.
I have been reassured now that these areas are covered however information given is contradictory so any obervations please to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southwark have undertaken to remove pidgeon droppings once a week @ something we have not done before.
We are at present dealing with the proposed installation of
a controlled parking zone up one small section of Croxted Road. This is a good exmaple of where officers need to be making decisions based on the holistic needs of the area and to take the political boundary.
The next meeting of the Herne Hill Forum is Wednesday 15th October 7pm St. John's Church Hall Heron Road.
Its adjacent to the MILKWOOD OPEN SPACE.
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