Chaucer Ward Panel Meeting 19th February

Hello All

 Please remember that issues/problems discussed at the Panel Meeting are those that affect your street or block.

You are a representative of others where you live.  Anyone who has issues that affect them individually,

please contact us outside of the meeting via email or phone.  We can then address these matters privately.

The next meeting details are

Date    : Monday 19th February 2018

Time    : 7pm – 8.30pm

Venue :  Conference Room,

Southwark Police Station

323, Borough High St

SE1 1JL

Please note the Station Office is now closed! Please wait by the pedestrian gate next to the vehicle access gate officers will escort you in.

Should you arrive after the meeting has begun please call our mobile number on 0208 721 2441

Light refreshments available.

Regards

Chaucer Safer Neighbourhood Team

PC Sarah LOCK (BULL), PC Nigel QUINN & PCSO Richard SMITH

Southwark Police Station, 323 Borough High Street, LONDON, SE1 1JL

Tel 0208 721 2441

E-Mail CHAUCER.SNT@MET.POLICE.UK

Ward Priorities:

1) ALBERT BARNES / SMEATON COURT / ARCH STREET / MEADOW ROW – ASB / Drinkers / Drugs / Noise

2) TABARD GARDENS – Youth ASB

3) ST GEORGES CHURCHYARD GARDENS – ASB Rough Sleepers / Drinkers / Drugs / Noise

Follow us on Twitter @MPSChaucer

Also see our webpage on www.met.police.uk

IN AN EMERGENCY, ALWAYS CALL 999

Please follow the link below to rate your contact with the Police

http://smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MPSsouthwark

Southwark Homeowner Conference 24th February at William Booth College, Champion Park, SE5 8BQ

Dear Chair and Secretaries,

I am writing to you on behalf of the Homeowner Council to invite homeowners (leaseholders) residents in your area to the Southwark Homeowner Conference 2018. I would be grateful if could share this information with your members.

I will also be contacting homeowners individually.

The conference will be held on Saturday 24th February between 9.30am-4pm at the William Booth College, Champion Park, SE5 8BQ

The conference, organised by homeowners, will give leaseholders and freeholders who live in Southwark council managed properties a chance to find out about their rights and responsibilities. In addition, it will provide an opportunity to hear from various independent organisations about the services and support that are available to them.  It will also enable delegates to meet their representatives and peers.

Council officers will be on hand to answer your questions and help with understanding how your bills are calculated. There will be presentations from the council and independent professionals and an opportunity ask questions.

Guest speakers include: Tom Olden MRICS Surveyor, Carla Blair (Capital Works Manager at Southwark council), Gete Otite (CAB Homeowner advice project) and Andrew Brookes (partner and head of housing at Anthony Gold Solicitors).

The conference will also feature a market place with information stalls. Exhibitors include: Homeowner Council, CAB, LAS2000, Leasehold Advisory Service, Service Charges (Southwark council), Environment Department (Southwark council), Communities Division (Southwark council), Major works contractors, My Southwark Homeowner Agency and many more…

To register for a free place visit our website: www.southwark.gov.uk/homeownerconference2018

Places are limited. However, another conference is planned later in the year.

I attach the 2018 Southwark Homeowner Conference Programme for the day, a Conference venue location and transport links information.

If you have any questions, please phone 020 7525 1239 or email: resident.Involvement@southwark.gov.uk

Regards Louis

Louis Rotsos – Tenant & Homeowner Involvement Officer          

Southwark Council | Communities Division

Housing and Modernisation Department

5th Floor, Hub 3 | PO Box 64529 | London | SE1P 5LX

Tel: 020 7525 1239

Email: louis.rotsos@southwark.gov.uk

Get Involved online at: http://www.southwark.gov.uk/consultations

Follow us on Facebook: www.southwark.gov.uk/residentsinvolvement

Now you can be involved in community council discussions online:

https://forums.southwark.gov.uk/

www.southwark.gov.uk/mysouthwark

For council services at your fingertips, register online

 You can access your MySouthwark account to report and track your Council requests online at my.southwark.gov.uk.

You can also manage your rent or service charge account, pay your council tax as well as report and track your housing repairs.

CONSULTATION ON THE OLD KENT ROAD AREA ACTION PLAN: DROP IN SESSIONS

We have prepared a further draft of the Old Kent Road Area Action Plan which we are consulting on until 21 March 2018. The documents are available to view on our website here.

The plan explains our strategy for the regeneration of the Old Kent Road, including the extension of the Bakerloo Line, to accommodate new homes, provide new jobs, leisure, shopping, parks and transport improvements in a new town centre over the next 20 years.

Come along to a drop-in session to find out more about the plan:

Tuesday 6 February 2018 4.30pm – 8.30pm Drawing Room, Unit 8  Rich Estate, 46 Willow Walk, London SE1 5SF
Wednesday 7 March 2018 4.30pm – 8.30pm Christ Church Peckham, 676-680 Old Kent Road, London SE15 1JF

Fill out our online questionnaire on our consultation hub to give your views on the plan.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Southwark Council

planningpolicy@southwark.gov.uk

020 7525 5471

Consultation update: New Southwark Plan

Dear Sir/Madam,

UPDATE: The council has published its evidence based documents and has extended the consultation dates for the New Southwark Plan: Proposed Submission. Formal consultation, will run for 6 weeks from 16 January 2018 to 27 February 2018

The plan and supporting documents are available to view and download on the council’s website here

Make representations on the plan’s legal compliance and ‘soundness’on our consultation hub page here

You can find out more information about what we mean by legal compliance and ‘soundness’ in the link below and at the front of the plan.

More information about the consultation can be found here, including where to view the plan and other ways to make representations.

Information about the New Southwark Plan

Southwark Council is preparing a new borough-wide development plan called the New Southwark Plan. The New Southwark Plan sets out how the Council will deliver further regeneration and wider improvements for the borough in the years to come. Planning decisions must be made in accordance with the development plan, unless other material considerations indicate otherwise.

Following the consultation the Plan will be submitted to Government for an independent examination where an inspector will consider any comments submitted to the Council during the consultation period.

Yours faithfully

Planning Policy Team

Southwark Council

0207 525 5471

Planningpolicy@southwark.gov.uk 

Revised neighbourhood area boundary for Bermondsey

Good morning all,

For your information:

The council is currently consulting on a revised neighbourhood area boundary for Bermondsey. The consultation is underway on behalf of the Old Bermondsey Village Neighbourhood Forum who submitted an application for a revised boundary to the council in late 2017. Consultation is open until Thursday 1 February 2018. More information, including the application, maps of the proposed boundary, and general information about neighbourhood planning can be found on our website here. Hard copies of the application are available to view in John Harvard, Blue Anchor and Newington temporary libraries. Comments can be submitted online via our consultation hub page, by email to planningpolicy@southwark.gov.uk or by free post to the address on our website.

Regards

Tom Weaver

Graduate Planner

Major Applications

Development Management | Planning | Chief Executive’s Department | Southwark Council

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Visitor Address: 160 Tooley Street | London SE1 2QH

0207 525 3841

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