Hopefully you have received the June-July Labour Councillor newsletter. This newsletter seems to have a lot of context which this blog has been referring to as well.
Crime rates are going down……..overall…..
Yes, this blog highlighted this recently in a May article about the use of crime figures in the Council’s Supplementary Planning Document.
Have a read of “SPD Paragraph 2.9 Community safety”.
Labour promotes Residents Association……since when?
Hang about, in just a year of going to both the Roehampton Forum and the Roehampton Partnership, our Labour Councillors have not promoted the benefits of a Residents Association. Only at the Let’s Talk event last year did they seem to take some interest, and that was as the result of a member of the public commenting on the restrictive membership policy. If promoting them, then the success rate is low.
Hmm……this blog has been promoting Residents Associations.
Click on the below sentences to read more.
- Our comments regarding the Let’s Talk evening (29th September)
- Residents Associations – time for a change
- Alton Estate Residents Associations
Student housing to go somewhere other Danebury Avenue Town Centre?
The newsletter states – “Consideration of locations other than the Danebury Avenue town” centre for additional student Accommodation”.
Hmmm…….have a read of this……..”Alton regeneration – student housing progress” as it highlights that it was not a popular choice in the first place, so why did it take so long for our Councillors to speak up on this??
Health care provision…
Labour states that “Incorporation of the requirements for additional educational and health-care provision into the plans. A clear indication of the phasing of the development and the timescale over which it will be carried out”. Hmmm….this too has been referred to in this blog, “What health benefits will the Alton regeneration bring”.
Highcliffe Drive barrier
Okay, Danebury Avenue barrier is still in favour of being closed, though those of you interested in Highcliffe Drive barrier, make your voices heard.
Maybe our Councillors are starting to listen…..Also, maybe it’s time for some new photos, as I think they’ve used some of these before……time to check the past leaflets…
Email us at – email@example.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.
Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;
Peter Carpenter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeremy Ambache – JAmbache@wandsworth.gov.uk
Sue McKinney – SMcKinney@wandsworth.gov.uk
Or email the Wandsworth Council team managing the ‘regeneration’
Team Roehampton – Roehampton@wandsworth.gov.uk