Southwark Council have released an update on the first phase of consultation about their Healthy Streets project for Dulwich: you can read the summary report of Phase 1 here.
Government & Politics
Herne Hill Forum and Mums for Lungs invite you to an open community meeting on 16th September at Herne Hill Baptist Church.
The focus will be on air pollution, traffic, and safety around the Herne Hill area, and the opportunities for developing Low Traffic Neighbourhoods locally.
An event has been organised on Thursday 25th July at the Effra Space (from 7pm) to promote the Brixton Liveable Neighbourhood Scheme.
Simon Phillips, Lambeth officer, will be presenting the Council transport improvement plans for the Railton Rd area.
It's with great sadness that Brockwell Lido Users have announced the sudden passing of CJ Faucher, BLU’s Chairperson, on Friday 21st June. CJ was a dear friend and a vital member of our Lido community. A fixture in the gym, CJ unified Lido users by constantly trying to improve Lido services and by pioneering innovative events.
You may have noticed that the noise from flights overhead has worsened
in recent years, badly affecting our enjoyment of our homes, gardens
and local parks. This is due to changes which mean that we are on a
concentrated flight path for arrivals into Heathrow Airport.
Short term flat to rent - 3 bed garden flat, Herne Hill Road - vacant whilst trying to sell. Would love a short term tenant 3/6 months - unfurnished.
St Faith's Church and Centre in North Dulwich is now affiliated with Southwark Foodbank as a donation drop-off point taking non-perishable food and toiletries. St Faith's is located at 62 Red Post Hill SE24 9JQ, virtually on the roundabout with Sunray Avenue.
Healthwatch, the independent health and care champion, is running a national survey to ask people’s views on how local NHS services could be improved through the NHS Long Term Plan.
Herne Hill Society, Brixton Society and Loughborough Junction Action Group are holding a public meeting on Weds 27th February regarding a proposed development by Peabody on the Higgs Industrial Estate, including 14 and 17-storey tower blocks.
A public meeting has been organised by Lambeth councillors to address the growing concern about violent crime, especially the impact it has on young people.