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Eastlands Crescent – is it Vandalism?

On Eastlands Crescent residents are fighting a planning application to demolish one of the original 1930s detached homes and replace with x2 new houses. (Southwark application no. 19/AP/0946). Eastlands is a complete street of 1930s houses built on the site of the old Eastlands House. The house in question is one of a group four […]

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Dulwich Estate Environment Food and Wine Local shops and restaurants Recent Posts

Dulwich Village Independent Businesses take centre stage

Dulwich Village was long known for its healthy range of shops run by locals.  Some can still remember that the Village once had a much wider range of shops.  It was a destination for shoppers within Dulwich and beyond seeking a wide range of fresh food including fruit & vegetables and fresh meats. Many such […]

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Picture Gallery Pavilion noise worries for residents

17/AP/0624 | Construction of a detached single storey temporary pavilion building. | DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY, GALLERY ROAD, LONDON, SE21 7AD The Dulwich Gallery wants to erect a Pavilion in its grounds for the summer and has applied to the Council for permission.  It also wants a licence for alcohol and late operating. It is the 200th Anniversary of the […]

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Front gardens in ugly Turney Road

Front garden layouts are a bugbear of Turney Road – ugly with so many unsightly car parks standing brutally in front of our fine Edwardian houses. However with the influx of new residents paying high prices for their homes and investing even more into them, there has been a welcome increased resident acknowledgement that frontages […]

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Dulwich Estate Local shops and restaurants Planning Issues Recent Posts

SG Smith site – latest

McCullogh Homes completed the purchase of the S G Smith site late last week. We have spoken to the company and offered our help to make sure residents are aware of what was being planned and timescale. The company was  unaware that there are several residents’ associations around the site, Gilkes Crescent, Calton Avenue, Court […]

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Dulwich Estate Food and Wine Pubs Recent Posts

Half Moon – The Future – Reopening early 2017

Statement from Fuller’s – 8 June 2016 THE HALF MOON – THE FUTURE Update on The Half Moon, Herne Hill As it’s been a while since we received planning, I thought it was time that I updated you all on what’s happening at The Half Moon in Herne Hill. You might be wondering why we’ve […]

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Sainsbury’s moving into Dulwich Village – please protect the heritage shopping parade

Village residents are concerned that Sainsbury’s hasn’t done enough to protect the heritage features of Dulwich Village and are insisting on adopting their usual orange logo which does not sit easily with the rest of the heritage frontage on the Dulwich Village high street. Southwark planning officers are recommending granting planning consent.  Village residents have […]

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Community Associations & Southwark & Lambeth Councils Dulwich Estate Planning Issues Recent Posts Schools and Education

Why is there such controversy over the Judith Kerr school site?

Parents in Herne Hill have launched a petition urging planners to protect a playing field at Judith Kerr Primary School (JKPS), 62-68 Half Moon Lane from being sold off for development by the Dulwich Estate.  The Dulwich Estate has recently announced it would like to build sheltered housing for older residents on the site. State […]