Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Norwood Road HML Capital Improvement Grant.
DULWICH COMMUNITY COUNCIL CHAIR ANNOUNCES
£670k IMPROVEMENT GRANT FOR NORWOOD ROAD SHOPS
Thanks to Conservative Southwark Councillors who developed and supported a bid as a result of representation from Norwood Road Traders and the Forum for improvements to the area.
The last year has seen cosmetic and greening improvements along the Norwood Road as a result of efforts by some traders and grants for trees and hanging baskets.
At present indented parking bays are being provided close to the Croxted Road Junction to permit longer parking hours.
Councillors supporting the project are Toby Eckersley,, Robin Crookshankhilton and Nick
Vineall, chair of the Community Council.
DULWICH COMMUNITY COUNCIL
Capital Improvement Grant £670,000
Area- Norwood Road Shopping Parade
Half Moon Lane at Junction with Herne Hill.
Headings for expenditure.
Monday, August 18, 2008
URBAN GREEN FAIR
Urban Green Fair Sunday 31st August 2008 in
Speakers, Films, Talks, Bicycle testing, Bread making
races, Bee hive tour, cafes and stalls.
Speakers include Nafeez Mosadeq Ahmed, Jeremy Leggett, Dr David
Fleming, and World Development Movement and War on Want films
include 'A Crude Awakening', selection of Brixton poets.
The Urban Green Fair is in zones covering energy, food and
garden, Health, Transport, Social Justice and kids zones. With
stages or bars, lots of cafes and stalls and the chance of a
swim in the
Brockwell Park Lido.
This free Fair will provide information on the transition into
the post fossil fuel era and how to avoid tipping point climate
Skill up for Powerdown.
'Probably the lowest carbon footprint festival in the land.'
Clubs and societies put off by the increase in Lambeth Country Show
stall prices should note an an info stall at the Urban Green Fair costs
£30 with a £20 discount if you produce a green electricity bill.
The 2nd Urban Green Fair
Sunday 31st August 2008
Brockwell Park, Brixton.
'cooling climate change
preparing for a post peak oil planet'
t 0208 671 5936
Monday, August 04, 2008
LAMBETH CHANGES PARKING CONTRACTOR
ll change for Lambeth parking
NCP Services has taken over as Lambeth Council's parking contractor in a new five year deal that the council regards as marking a further major step towards fairer parking in the borough.
Since 2006, the council has ripped up the unfair target-based contract and scrapped the use of clamping cars as a routine enforcement. However, residents still complained about the unfair attitude and behaviour of parking attendants and the new contract is set to address these issues.
NCP Services is the market leader in providing on-street parking management services to local authorities and specialises in customer focus training for Civil Enforcement Officers. The company's track record in training staff to ensure high levels of customer service and fairness was one of the key reasons the council chose NCP Services as its new contractor.
From Friday 1 August the civil enforcement officers, wearing smart new green uniforms, will be out and about helping to keep Lambeth's streets safe and free of congestion.
August will also see the introduction of new, state-of-the art handheld computers for all parking attendants, designed to maximize the accuracy and efficiency of the service.
Published on 01 August 2008
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