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Old Dairy Site, Croxted Road

Lambeth Council Planning Application  – 12/04235/FUL – Old Dairy Site, Croxted Road The planning application for the redevelopment of the Old Dairy Site,  13-19 Croxted Road, London SE21 has opened on the Lambeth Council planning database at http://planning.lambeth.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=MD80P7BO0AO00.   The consultation is due to end on 3 December 2012.  You will need to register if you […]

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Community Infrastructure Levy

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a tax that councils are starting to charge on new developments in their area. The money raised is used to fund a ‘Project Bank’ which will pay for additional infrastructure that local community and neighbourhoods want but that the council can’t afford. On large developments it will replace the […]

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Permitted Development Rights

There have been several articles in the press outlining the Government’s intention to change the rules over householders’ permitted development rights. While the headlines say that extensions up to 8m long will be permitted without planning consent, this does not apply in conservation areas and also does not apply to listed buildings – and the […]

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Closure of Lordship Lane Police Station

Below is an exchange of correspondence we have had with the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police regarding the proposed closure of East Dulwich police station in Lordship lane. Dear Susan Badman, Thank you for your email dated 01 October 2012, in which you express concerns about the future of East Dulwich Police Station. I recognise that there are a number of […]

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Random Car scatching locally

This is an example of a car scratched we think with a brick.  The police have arrested someone.

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Guidelines for the Use of the Edward Alleyn Club Sportsfield

 Access to Edward Alleyn Club grounds Alleyn’s School has been asked by the Residents’ Associations of Burbage Road and Turney Road to clarify its policy with regards to access for local residents whose houses adjoin the School’s Edward Alleyn Club playing fields and Clubhouse.  These are now run as School grounds and this carries with […]

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A resident’s comments on the velodrome planning application

Here is the letter from Andy Knox of Village Way about the Velodrome. There is also a letter from Roy Fielding of Village Way on the Southwark Web Site. http://planningonline.southwark.gov.uk/DocsOnline/Documents/258829_1.pdf Comments regarding Planning application for 104 Burbage Road, London SE24 9HE My property is 12 Village Way, Dulwich SE21 which backs on to the velodrome. […]

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Our comments to the Council on the Velodrome Planning Application

The Burbage and Turney Road Residents’ Associations have the following reservations: We have not seen a business plan for the planned increase in usage of the facilities following the addition of a MUGA and floodlighting. This has made it impossible for residents to ascertain accurately the concomitant loss of amenity due to noise, traffic,  safety, […]

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We say ‘NO’ to a street noticeboard

THIS THE LETTER WE HAVE SENT TO THE COUNCIL SAYING NO TO A STREET NOTICEBOARD Dear Andrea, Village Ward Councillors We are writing to you about the award of Cleaner, Greener, Safer funds to erect a noticeboard at the junction of Turney Road, SE21 and Burbage Road SE24/SE21. We regret to inform you that after […]

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TRRA AGM – Saturday 10 November @10am – Alleyns Old Boys Clubhouse

Saturday, 10th November 2012 at 10.00am – 11.30am At the Edward Alleyn Club (entrance between 83-85 Burbage Road, SE24) We would like to invite you to the seventh Annual General Meeting of Turney Road Residents’ Association.  Please complete and return the reply slip at the bottom of this letter, or email me at the address […]