Residents have received notice of the AGMs by direct email.
It takes place at the new ‘events’ venue at Bell House 27 College Road 10am to 11.115am.
Traffic, environment and parking issues will be discussed as will a review of the successful ‘Exit Burbage’ festivities during the year.
Our Residents Associations are always keen to recruit new committee members. The job is not onerous . The more involved the greater the impact we make.
Clean Air has shot up the agenda for many people as we learn more and more about how bad it is and how it is affecting our health. The following initiative is being taken by petition to Southwark Council. We’ll discuss it at the AGM.
School Street petition between Turney and Village Way/East Dulwich Grove
“In case you have not seen this, several Society members have raised with us the change.org petition for a School Street along Dulwich Village between Turney Road and East Dulwich Grove – see attached screenshot and https://www.change.org/p/southwark-council-school-street-timed-road-closure-on-dulwich-village?recruiter=158884230&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_petition
The petition (to Southwark Council and TfL) has been started by the “Clean Air for Dulwich” group campaigning to eliminate air pollution in Dulwich. We don’t know whether the schools are involved with the petition. The standard process for applying for a school street and more information is at https://www.southwark.gov.uk/transport-and-roads/school-street-road-closures
Residents may want to support the petition or have views they would like to pass on. Comments to Cllrs Richard Leeming Richard.Leeming@southwark.gov.uk and Margy Newens, Margy.Newens@southwark.gov.uk or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or comment to @ClearAirDulwich on Twitter.”
Turney Road Secretary Michael Wilkins says:
Whilst I personally support the drive toward less pollution this approach does not suggest what happens to the traffic that uses the route. So whilst it reduces pollution on that stretch of road it may increase it elsewhere. My initial thought is that Turney and Burbage are likely to be impacted and many children going to the local junior and infant schools walk along Turney and Burbage so they could still be suffering from the pollution. So please respond with your thoughts. Also please respond to the Southwark Healthy Streets Consultation which closes on the 31st. https://www.southwark.gov.uk/transport-and-roads/roadworks-and-highway-improvements/street-improvements/our-healthy-streets-dulwich which gives an opportunity to think Dulwich wide.
LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING LOTS OF RESIDENTS ON SATURDAY 16 NOVEMBER