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Dulwich residents concerned over lack of COVID sense

At a January Zoom meeting of representatives of 16 streets in Dulwich Village with Councillors Margy Newens & Richard Leeming street representatives raised widespread concerns that, while many residents were following Government rules on limiting the spread of COVID-19, there were hot spots of flagrancy. Dulwich Village itself with its coffee outlets is a magnet […]

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Turney Road Residents AGM – Tonight!!

Wednesday 10 February 2021 8-9.30 via Zoom video link The Turney Road Residents’ Association (TRRA) Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday 10th February at 8pm. The meeting will be held via video conference, using Zoom which can be accessed from your browser or via the Zoom application:  https://turneyroad.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=451b7048f3b29b40bac53ba93&id=a261f6d394&e=77e4865a1d The meeting needs to discuss the […]

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Update on Burbage and Turney Roads Traffic

Burbage Road Traffic CommitteeUpdate bulletin – 13/10/2020 We have recently been advised of the following additional information from Southwark. “It is recommended that a bus and cycle gate with a northbound camera access restriction is installed at the junction of College Road roundabout and Burbage Road” The bus and cycle gate will be enforceable Monday to Friday from 8 […]

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Southwark Council publishes further Covid-19 – Post lockdown highway schemes

Southwark Council is planning further highway schemes supported by the Government and Transport for London regulation and funding. The proposals cover various parts of the Borough and include Dulwich Village, Turney Road and Burbage Road.  For our roads, they are recognisable from the recent consultations and public meetings but are confusing as the maps and […]

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Calton Ave & Court Lane – CLOSED

In a letter dated 19 June the Council explains the closures of Calton Avenue and Court Lane.  A move that took us by surprise. Cllr. Richard Livingstone Cabinet Member for Environment, Transport and the Climate Emergency Richard.Livingstone@southwark.gov.uk Date: 19 June 2020 Dear Southwark resident, Experimental transport measures in Dulwich Village The Covid-19 pandemic has required […]

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Traffic in Dulwich time to take action – AGAIN

So Southwark have closed the Village Junction at Court Lane and Carlton Avenue and also Melbourne Grove. This has been enabled by the Government’s funding of emergency measures following Covid19. It will take number of days if not weeks for the Satnavs to catch up and people to look for alternative routes so it will […]

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Link Age Southwark – crowdfunding appeal

Can you help Link Age Southwark reach their all or nothing ‘Bloomin’ Lovely’ crowdfunder project target? An all or nothing target means that if they don’t reach their target they receive none of the donations made and the project won’t be funded. The vision for the Bloomin’ Lovely project is to adapt and expand their […]

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Local retailers adapt to deliver local

These are some of the local businesses which will deliver or arrange collection for you.  Take a look at this list.  It’s gratifyingly long and can supply us with a wide range of things.  We must keep our local businesses afloat and they will support us through this stressful time. Covid19_Local_Businesses_doing_delivery_or_collection_v2_30_3

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Burbage Residents to vote on options

The Burbage Road Residents’ Association has sent out  a ‘Our Healthy Streets‘ questionnaire. Here’s a link to an online supplementary survey for Burbage Road residents which highlights four options in addition to those put forward by Southwark Council in their consultation survey.  The survey offers residents an opportunity to express preferences in relation to a […]

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Turney Road residents must take ACTION by 29 March

Long-term Chair of Turney Road Residents Association, Michael Wilkins, with the support of neighbours has issued a plea to Turney Road residents: The Residents Association are asking you to take action before the 29th March, to reduce pollution and make Turney a residential street again where it is safer to drive and cycle, pleasanter to […]