Tag Archives: Knights Hill

New windows for Portobello

Lambeth-20150217-01623Homes on Portobello estate, at the top of Knights Hill, are getting new windows as part of the council’s Lambeth Housing Standard improvements.

The original metal crittal windows were the latest thing in the late 1940s but are very out of date now and very draughty in winter.

For more information see: https://www.lambethliving.org.uk/lhs

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Resurfacing Knights Hill

Preparing for the roadworks

Preparing for the roadworks

Road resurfacing works are due to start at 10pm on Sunday night 11th January in West Norwood. The works are due to take place over 3 nights  (10pm to 6am) to resurface the parts of Norwood Road and Knights Hill closest to Robson Road SE27. Disruptions are being limited by working at night – between 10pm and 6am .

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Future of Firestation on Norwood Road

Plans for the Firestation

Plans for the Firestation

Now that our firestation has moved to brand new premises on Knights Hill developers have submitted plans for the site at 445 Norwood Road SE27 9DG

The proposal is to turn the firestation into 23 flats and a childrens nursery on the ground floor. The fire station built in 1914-15 is a Grade II listed and the building on Norwood Road together with many of its original features will be retained. A new 4-storey block at the back will have 11 flats. The plans have no off-street parking as the site is very close to bus routes and Tulse Hill station.

The mix of homes proposed is eleven 1-bedroom flats, ten 2-bedroom flats and two 3-bedroom flats. 8 of the new homes will be affordable.

To see details of the plans use ref 14/04865 via planning pages on Lambeth’s web site:

http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning-applications-and-policies/viewing-current-planning

To comment on the plans email planning@lambeth.gov.uk quoting ref 14/04865.

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New shop on Knights Hilll

Tarka & Domani

Tarka & Domani

Otter Trading  opened at 17 Knights Hill SE27 0HS on Sunday. Tarka & Domani have transformed an empty shop into a spacious welcoming  bar, cafe & gift shop. Open Tuesday to Saturday 8.30am to 6pm. Follow them on twitter @ottertrading

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New business in West Norwood

Creative Metalwork

Creative Metalwork

Andrew & Jamie have recently opened their metal work business in Knights Hill Square SE27 0HP , taking on premises that have been empty for many years.

If you want bespoke & beautiful metal work and to support a local business  phone 07941 171 746  or see:  http://creativemetalwork.com/

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Election day 14th August

There is voting from 7am to 10pm for a council by-election on Thursday 14th August in Knights Hill ward – that is the area between Knollys Rd, Norwood Rd, Elder  Rd,  Crown Dale , Crown Lane & Leigham Court Rd.

Lambeth-20140812-01070Sonia Winifred is the Labour candidate. Seen here out campaigning in the streets of Knights Hill. For more details see: http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/elections-and-council/elections/by-election-for-knights-hill-ward-14-august-2014

 

UPDATE: Sonia Winifred was elected with a majority of over 1,000 on August 14th. The results of the Knights Hill ward by-election were:

Independent 51
Lib Dem 94
Green 230
UKIP 99
Tory 248
Labour 1265

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Brightening up our rail bridges

Cllr Jackie Meldrum with blue design for Knights Hill rail bridge

Cllr Jackie Meldrum with blue design for Knights Hill rail bridge

Hyperkit, a West Norwood business, has designed three large scale brightly coloured panels for the rail bridges at Tulse Hill, Knights Hill and Norwood High Street. The panels will be lit at night to provide a more welcoming environment around our stations.

This project is part of the nearly completed improvement scheme for West Norwood shopping area funded through the London Mayor’s Outer London Fund. Contact us for details.

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