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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 […]

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Abbeyfield is hiring – wants a new house manager

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Turney residents’ Healthy Streets Options

Some Turney Road residents attended the first consultation on 8 February on Southwark Council’s Healthy Streets responses to community, London Mayor & Government pressure to do something about our heavy traffic load and the poor air quality we are enduring. The 3-hour discussion has given us an understanding of the background to the initiative and […]

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Healthy Streets challenges for Turney & Burbage residents

Burbage RA Secretary Louise Woods has set out the challenges for Turney and Burbage Road residents in this remarkably clear piece.  Residents must make a decision – and the decision is very much one for residents – about the immediate future nature of our neighbourhood.  Currently plagued by heavy traffic and fumes with air quality […]

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How will residents of Dulwich vote?

Southwark Council’s ‘Our Healthy Streets’ proposals to exclude through-traffic from some Dulwich streets have grabbed our attentions and there is furious debate taking place. Early signals are that Burbage and the Village residents are feeling strongly for closure of their roads.  Meanwhile Turney residents appear to be more passive and favour no change. The changes […]

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Dulwich Village new traffic proposals

Southwark Council has opened a consultation on its next round of proposals for managing the increasing traffic problems confronting the Village.  The proposals are wide-ranging and include closure of parts of Burbage Road or one-way entry as well as on part of Turney Road. The proposals are part of the Council’s ‘Our Healthy Streets’ Programme […]

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We each create 24.9Kg e-waste – where does it go?

A report in the Financial Times  gives Southwark residents answers to what happens to the vast amount of e-waste we each create: 24.9Kg per person in 2016.  This is greater than the wasteful US citizen: 19.4Kg and is way above the world average 6.1Kg. Southwark’s e-waste finds its way to the sorting centre off the […]

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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO RESIDENTS AND FRIENDS OF TURNEY AND BURBAGE ROAD

We extend warm New Year greetings to all our neighbours near and far for a peaceful and healthy 2020.

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The AGMs – a record attendance at Bell House

The AGMs of our two streets on 16 November had a strong attendance from residents, local Councillors and neighbours. Highlights of the joint meeting included reports on the successful year-long Exit:Burbage celebrations, Dulwich’s Healthier Streets, brown bin changes, Belair licensing application, implementation of the Quietway, the probable extension of the Croxted Rd CPZ (Controlled Parking […]

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Turney & Burbage Road AGMs – Sat 16 November

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 […]