Cllr Fred Cowell on Norwood Rd
Norwood Road starts in Herne Hill and ends at Robson Road. Should we rename our main shopping street , the part from Tulse Hill to Knights Hill? Suggestions so far include Norwood Broadway, West Norwood Road, Norwood Boulevard, Norwood Tulse Road.
Come and discuss how you see West Norwood in 10 years time. You may not want a road name change but what sort of shops & work spaces do you want to see? Where should we build more badly needed new homes?
This month 3 consultation events are happening. For businesses Friday 19th 8.30am at Parkhall or Wednesday 25th 8.30am at The Great North Wood. For residents at the Leisure Centre there is a workshop on Tuesday 24th 6.30pm and a drop in on Tuesday 31st 4pm to 8pm Wednesday 25th .
Book as places are limited: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/lambeth-council-amp-regeneris-consulting-10713114508
Or speak to Cllr Fred Cowell 07920 559 491 FCowell@lambeth.gov.uk @fredacowell
In the meantime, if you can’t make these events you can comment by website: https://westnorwoodandtulsehill.commonplace.is/
Serge of Nor
Serge has opened a card & gift shop opposite West Norwood station at 1 Hannen Road SE27 0DT .
Nor is open 9.30am to 6.30pm on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday. Closed on Tuesday and open 9.30am to 5.30pm on Monday & Saturday. On Sundays Nor is open 10.30am to 4.30pm.
Follow Serge on twitter @norgifts
Portico, Brixton BID & Cllr Hopkins at the launch
Businesses in West Norwood and Tulse Hill have just published plans for a Business Improvement District (BID). The launch at The Great North Wood pub was attended by local businesses and those from other BIDS in Lambeth. During May 2016 businesses in West Norwood and Tulse Hill confirm their voting details and ballot papers go out at the end of June with a closing date of 27th July 2016.
BID activities will be funded by a 1.5% levy on businesses with a rateable value of £6k or more.
For details of the BID email firstname.lastname@example.org see: http://stationtostation.london/ or twitter @StationTstation
For details of the other six BIDS in Lambeth see: http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/business-services-rates-and-licensing/help-for-businesses/lambeth-business-improvement-districts
Cemetery tours every first Sunday
There are traces of Norwood’s past everywhere and a great way to find out more is to join a free history walk led by local experts. Every first Sunday of the month there is a guided tour of history of West Norwood Cemetery at 2.30pm http://www.fownc.org/. We can see Henry Tate’s gardens in May or September. There are tours of West Norwood & Upper Norwood in June, July & August. And if you are curious about the hidden river Effra put 11th and 25th September in your diary.
Details of these walks on our Events page
Over 200 local artists open their doors for free 11am to 6pm over the next two weekends 7th-8thMay and 14th-15th May.
A great opportunity to talk to the artists, browse and maybe buy. In SE27 postcode over 60 artists will display their work. Parade Mews , opposite Tulse Hill station SE27 9AX, Bainbridge Studios off Lansdowne Hill SE27 0AR , Portico at 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HS, Acme Studios at Carlew House, East Place SE27 9JW and Rosebery’s 70 Knights Hill SE27 0JD are all good places to start.
For details of locations & open times pick up the 95 page free booklet or go online:http://dulwichfestival.co.uk/artists-open-house/
Artists Open House is part of the annual Dulwich Festival 10 days of cultural events.
A teenager was stabbed during a fight at 3.30pm on a number 2 bus on Tuesday in Norwood Road.
The air ambulance helicopter landed in St Lukes Gardens to take the young man to a major trauma unit . Police said the young man’s condition is not life threatening or life changing @RoySmithMPS . They will circulate more information as it becomes available.
Any witnesses or anyone with information should contact the CID at Lambeth via 101. To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or at crimestoppers-uk.org.
People who chose to vote by post are voting now to choose the next London Mayor.
There are 3 ballot papers: one for the Mayor; one to represent Lambeth & Southwark on the Greater London Assembly(GLA) and one for party representatives on the GLA.
To be counted postal ballots must be posted in time to reach the Council by the end of May 5th. Or they can be handed in at any polling station on Thursday May 5th election day.
If your postal ballot has not arrived by post by Thursday 28th April you can get another one- apply in person to Olive Morris House, 18 Brixton Hill SW2 1RD with photo-id and confirmation of your address.