Thursday, November 27, 2003
supported by Val Shawcross GLA member of Southwark and Lambeth the ambtious plans to regenerate the HERNE HILL VELODROME for the 21st Centurywere laucnhed at City Hall last night ( 26th) .The project will cost £7million and funding is being sought from several sources.
GLA £1m ALG £500K Sport England £1.5 Sponsorship £750k . The joint launch by the lead body the Veldrome Trust Chair Graeme Geddes, is supported by Southwark Council current managers of the project. CAROLINE PIDGEON deputy leader of the Council and the LIBDEM candidate for the GLA.
PLANNING MEETING 7PM TUESDAY 9TH DEC LAMBETH TOWN HALL BE THERE TO SUPPORT PLANS WHICH WILL ENSURE THE FUTURE OF THE LIDO.
News flash Borough spending allocations for 04 / 05 include £150k for the Junction project. More details to follow for 05/06
Many thanks to everyone involved in promoting and securing funding for this project.
Monday, November 24, 2003
Susy Hogarth has today seen and photographed what has been identified by Dr Iain Boulton of Lambeth Parks as a Little Owl. Its commonly seen during the day. Its fairly common throughout Europe excepct Scotland and Ireland.
However its habitat is open farmland and stoney wastleland.
The creation of the heathland in the park plus the rat population by the ponds have probably drawn it as they lkike small rodents .It nests in holes in trees, in rocks and buildings.
To get an email photo email@example.com. quote HHB Little Owl
Monday, November 17, 2003
Christmas dinner for interested parties at Pullens 13th December. dinner costs is £19. plus drinks. numbers limited
Please contact Paul firstname.lastname@example.org 07713 813 544.
Julain Blewitt of the Twon Centre office is co-ordinating on the closure of the passage and the opening up of the land from Network Rail to create a nature reserve/ allotments. Concepts are being shaped funding sources sought.
Originally started life in 1870 offering access from St. Pauls school and surrounding streets Regent Row. The path could possibly go back as far as 1820 when this old part of Herne was built predating Poets Corner. Was called Vyse's Alley after Thomas Vyse who sold land for the building of the Railway station in 1861.
Now called Railton Passage on OS maps.
The footpath from Railton Road to Dulwich Road at side of Commercial Pub is called Brockwell Passage
Pathway repairs to start 17th November through to 5th December
Are pleased to announce the arrival of a cheque for £300k from Sport England to allow this project to proceed. This in turn releases a further £200k from other funding bodies.
Ken Livingstone will officially launch the Velodrome Funding bid at City Hall on 26th November
SERVICE DELIVERY ON BOUNDARY ROADS.
Following representations made to to Southwark about inadequacies in service provision on bondary roads with Lambeth, senior officers from both boroughs have met and as a result a new and simplified regime is to be introduced from 1st April. WE have pavements where no-one claimed to do it and others where both claimes to do it. We have on Norwood Road an Issue where Southwark collect trades watse but will noit remove the trade waste that is outside the bins regarding it as flytipping to be collected by Lambeth.
The main pathway from Herne Hill Gate to Brockwell Hall is being relaid and widened slightly to allow for 10 ton vehicles.
Other worksm to start soon are repairs to toilets.
BROCKWELL LODGES AT BROCKWELL PARK GARDENS.
The Old Lodge has been cleared of squatters and is about to be handed over to STUDIO VOLTAIRE an artists' co-operative in Clapham.. Its a pity the Friends of Brockwell Park didnt have a say in this as perhaps local artists could have become involved.
BROCKWELL PARK WORKS SCHEDULES.
PATHWAYS DUE FOR COMPLETION 28TH NOVEMBER
Urgent repairs to Temple and Brockwell Hall start 16th Nov
Toilet repairs start 8th December through till early January.
Meeting to discuss this and possible sites at Town Hall, Assembly Room Acre Lane SW2 Thursday 2oth November
7pm Possible site include Shakespeare depot and Somerleyton Road.
Saturday, November 01, 2003
Paul Harvey announced to a group of local residents that the lodges are to be taken over by Studio Voltaire an artists co-operative based in Clapham It may be possible to repair the damaged New Lodge but this will depends on a structural survey.
The take over is imminent.
The Forum will be asking what was the process on consulting the Friends of Brockwell Park on the proposed used and what other art groups were approached including suitable local art bodies.
Monday Brixton Area Committee at the Temple Bowling Club
Sunset Road 7pm
Tuesday Dulwich Community Council 7pm Methodist Church Hall, Half Moon Lane( Beckwith Road)
Lambeth Police Consultative Group 6pm Lambeth Town Hall
REDGATE GALLERY FRIDAY 7TH NOVEMBER PREVIEW OF NEW EXHIBITION 6PM TILL 11PM ALWAYS A GOOD VIBE AT THIS GALLERY ( IN RAILWAY ARCH OPPOSITE ENTRANCE TO LOUGHBOROUGH JUNCTION)
SPENDING APPROVED FOR LAMBETHS PARKS INCLUDES
Brockwell Park £202k ( plus £50k for signage ringfenced from last year.
Milkwood Open Space £25k
Rush Common £4k
Ruskin Park £71K
In addition there is a general fund of £365k
Please note that access to the park this year will be through Herne Hill and Water Lane Gates. Only. notices have been posted to this effect so dont get caught out and allow extra time.
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