Norwood Forum is holding a drop-in Open Meeting starting at 6.30pm on Wednesday 19th April at The Old Library 16 Knights Hill SE27 0HY. There will be several local groups joining the session: including the South London Theatre, Library, Streetworks and the Library of Things to discuss matters of local interest. All welcome. https://www.facebook.com/TheNorwoodForumWestNorwood/
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Last chance to have a say on the Master Plan for West Norwood before its turned into a report this October. The report will outline plans for the future of shopping, housing and business in West Norwood town centre. Hundreds of people have already input to the Master plan – many online via https://westnorwoodandtulsehill.commonplace.is/
On Thursday October 6th at St Lukes Church SE27 0HS you can see the latest plans and speak to the team who have been working on the Master Plan for months.
There will be other opportunities – at West Norwood Feast on 22nd October and an exhibition in St Lukes Church from 3rd to 17th October.
If you are not keen on meetings but have things to say about the future of West Norwood – then take a look at this new web site and its interactive map.
https://westnorwoodandtulsehill.commonplace.is/ It’s easy to mark the places you like and the places you would like to see improved. The map covers the area from Tulse Hill one-way system along Norwood Road & Knights Hill to Chapel Road.
Information input to the website will be part of a programme of public events, workshops and exhibitions during the spring and summer to discuss what people want for their community and neighbourhood. The council wants to end up with a new 2017 plan for future improvements and investment in West Norwood.
The last West Norwood master plan was in 2009 – we have seen many changes and improvements since then including new schools and the Health & Leisure Centre. ( Work should be starting very soon on the library –cinema in Nettlefold Hall and upgrading of the South London Theatre. )
The important elections for London Mayor are only a few weeks away. Make sure you have a right to vote on May 5th
Online registering is very easy and takes only a few minutes – you just need your NI number. See https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Sadiq Khan, MP for Tooting , is the Labour candidate. Sadiq’s priorities for ordinary Londoners are affordable Housing , affordable Transport & effective Policing. For more information see his manifesto http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/themes/569cb9526a21db3279000001/attachments/original/1457451016/x160668_Sadiq_Khan_Manifesto.pdf?1457451016.
And follow Sadiq on twitter @SadiqKhan
The Forum is a chance to have a say on services at West Norwood Health & Leisure Centre; the Norwood Road & Tulse Hill one way system project; library -cinema project and progress on a Planning Assembly for Norwood and anything else in West Norwood that people want to talk about! All welcome.
Norwood Forum is run by local people. To get contact them email : firstname.lastname@example.org.
The West Norwood joint Library Cinema project has been finalised at last and signed off by Cllr Jane Edbrooke, councillor responsible for Culture & Libraries in Lambeth. This partnership between the council and Picturehouse will invest over £6m into the regeneration of West Norwood town centre.
Building work on the Nettlefold Hall site in Norwood High Street SE27 will start soon in order for the joint library -cinema to open in September 2017.
For details see http://moderngov.lambeth.gov.uk/ieDecisionDetails.aspx?Id=3657
Residents in Tulse Hill have come together to apply to the council to designate Tulse Hill area as a Neighbourhood Plan area under the Tulse Hill Forum. Neighbourhood planning powers give local residents a stronger voice in planning . There is now a 6 week statutory consultation period ending 5th December. Please send comments to: email@example.com
To find out more about the process of Neighbourhood Planning come to a training session on Monday 2nd November 12.30 to 3pm at St Martins Scout Hut, High Trees SW2 3PU ( opposite Sheppard House near Upper Tulse Hill). The training covers the role of a Planning Forum and the process of creating a Neighbourhood Plan. All welcome and lunch provided .
On Thursday 26th November residents are coming together for a “Visioning the future for Tulse Hill event” and setting up a Steering Group. This session is 6.30-8.30pm in Jubilee Hall, Tulse Hill estate SW2 2LU (halfway between Craster Rd & Leander Rd entrances).
For more information and online questionnaire see: http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning-policy/neighbourhood-planning-guide#neighbourhood-planning-applications