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Antic’s long awaited plans for a bar & Pizza Union restaurant, next to the petrol station, are on hold pending a new planning application. The latest plans are for a 3 storey block of 6 flats and 5 small shops in an arcade at the back of the bar & restaurant site at 294-298 Norwood Road SE27 9AF
To see and comment on the plans, enter ref 15/03489 at Lambeth Planning Portal: http://planning.lambeth.gov.uk/online-applications/
See our previous posts 5/3/2014, 9/8/2013, 11/1/2010
Norwood Forum, the voice of West Norwood, is looking for local people to join the committee at its AGM on Wednesday 8th July. The meeting is at 7pm in The Portico Gallery, 23 Knights Hill SE27 0HS . There will also be an update about progress of the Library –Cinema. All welcome.
Nominations for the committee are required a week in advance – closing date 1st July. See notes and application form that can be downloaded below. For more details email email@example.com. http://norwoodforum.org/
Cllr Jane Pickard at the York Hill stop
A proposal to extend the 315 bus route to Peabody estate ( near Tulse Hill station) means the 315 bus would no longer travel to Norwood High Street, Ernest Avenue and Knight’s Hill, including the stops for West Norwood Station and the present terminus at Cheviot Road.
The Mayor of London’s Transport for London (TfL) is now consulting on these proposed changes and there is a chance to see the plans and speak to TFL on Thursday 2nd July between 3pm and 8.30pm at Aspire Centre, 1 Park Hall Road SE21 8EH ( at end of Robson Road) and Thursday 16th July 3pm to 8.30pm at The Portico Gallery, 23c Knights Hill SE27 0HS.
More details and an online survey are at: https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/buses/route-315
Monday 10th August is closing date for this formal consultation
Helen Hayes, the newly elected Labour MP for West Norwood, holds regular advice sessions every second Friday of the month (except August) at 10am-11.30am in West Norwood Leisure Centre , Devane Way SE27 0DF.
Other sessions take place (except August) every:
- first Friday 12.30pm to 2pm at East Dulwich Community Centre, Darrell Road SE22 9NL
- third Friday 10am – 11.30am at Brixton Advice Centre, 165-167 Railton Road SE24 0LU
- and every fourth Friday 10am to 11.30am at Kingswood House, Seeley Drive SE21 8QN
We can also contact Helen by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 020 7219 6971
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The Community shop is a members shop that redistributes food & household products from major retailers and brands. The surplus products may have minor label errors , be excess seasonal products or have a short shelf life and would therefore normally be thrown away as a waste by the retailers.
The shop is open 9am to 5pm weekdays. People living in the Norwood area and who are on benefits are eligible to become members. The products are on sale to shop members at around 30% of normal prices. Based in Vale St SE27 9PA the Community Shop is now 6 months old and already has 500 members.
Clara, the shop manager
The Community Shop helps people on low incomes who are working hard to improve their lives. Each member signs up to a tailored, professional development programme. So the Shop is not about crisis support – which is provided by the food bank – but an extended support programme that will lead to real change in the lives of local households.
For more information see: http://community-shop.co.uk/contact-community-shop.aspx
Developers are planning to demolish the semi –detached houses at 73-79 Knollys Road SW16 2JN ( next to Tina Court) and replace with 20 flats and 3 houses by building in the large back garden. The plans also include an underground car park. The council is due to decide on the plans before the end of August.
To see more details and comment on the plans type in ref 15/02701 at Lambeth Planning Portal: http://planning.lambeth.gov.uk/online-applications/
Norwood Park has an active Friends group who are holding their annual general meeting (AGM) to elect a committee for the year on Monday 15th June at 7pm beside Hungry Hippo café. All are welcome. The Friends speak up on behalf of local residents & park users, campaign for improvements & new facilities and also organise events in the park like the Dog Show and Falconry Displays.
If you are interested in joining the committee please apply asap by midnight on Sunday 14th June – see: http://www.friendsofnorwoodpark.co.uk/articles_315742.html