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01/10/2014 23:08
James Barber
They had quite a struggle with planning which I was glad to help about a couple of year ago from memory.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
01/10/2014 23:06
James Barber
EDLove, We should not turn a blind eye to the Dulwich Estate gagging a new local junior school from talking about the disservice the Dulwich estate has done to them. The Dulwich Estate has ensured t
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
01/10/2014 19:55
James Barber
Boy this is a tough one. Admissions is complicated enough already. I can see why Wandsworth are trying this experiment. I guess if you said siblings had to either be at an address the same distance
Forum: The Family Room discussion
01/10/2014 19:47
James Barber
Or just ping me an email - I'll check you're in the areas covered (East Dulwich ward) with a couple of hours and get onto the Police for you. Ideally include a phone number so the Police can call you
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
01/10/2014 14:47
James Barber
Hi helenmct21, you should ask for an itemised bill. You should also check what actions you can take see: https://www.gov.uk/leasehold-property/service-charges-and-other-expenses
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
01/10/2014 09:07
James Barber
Hi Healeay, Camberwell and Walworth Road rail stations didn't survive an extensive tram network being installed. The trams went but the Bakerloo line extension building works started around that time
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/09/2014 23:36
James Barber
Hi pipsky2008, Will take a look.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/09/2014 17:07
James Barber
Hi bloonoo, I don't but will find out.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/09/2014 17:03
James Barber
Attached is my input to the consultation - we need two extensions. One via the Old Kent Road and one via Camberwell to Herne Hill, Tulse Hill and to Streatham. Whatever your view please do respond.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/09/2014 13:17
James Barber
Hi P68, nxjen, EDLove, So you think it morally acceptable to ensure state school kids don't have a playground so that bigger subsidies can be given to private schools?
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/09/2014 13:12
James Barber
Hi ontheedge, Such charges will be estate based. If you'd like to email me I could help obtain a detailed calculation for you.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/09/2014 09:13
James Barber
Hi P68, The Dulwich Estate decided to limit the space for the Judith Kerr state funded school - they have no plasyground - so that they could build houses that will be used to subsidise local private
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/09/2014 09:01
James Barber
Hi pipsky2008, Isn't that immediately outside the entrance to 12 studio flats above the Coop/ Are you absolutely sure it hasn't moved in any way? When I lock my bike up I always do it in exactly t
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
29/09/2014 13:03
James Barber
A sad example is where the Dulwich Estate has ensured they provided the minimum possible space to the new Judith Kerr state funded free school. They have kept 2/3rds of the site for future residentia
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
29/09/2014 12:38
James Barber
Hi DF, Sort of yes but most likely no. IF segregated cycle paths lead to many more people cycling rather than driving then congestion would be reduced for people driving. Taking space for blue tarma
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
29/09/2014 08:40
James Barber
Hi hannahleone, Escalate via a councillor.
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29/09/2014 08:38
James Barber
My undertstanding is that they're planning to deliver fewer superhighways but to a much higher standard. So instead of lots of blue tarmace actual segregated cycle paths. Now I'd dispute the detailed
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
29/09/2014 08:16
James Barber
Hi ALan Medic, Parking Wardens should treat all road users the same. I've even heardo f a non urgent police car being ticketed but yet to hear of a parking warden vehicle being ticketed. Most now tra
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
22/09/2014 10:17
James Barber
Yuo can get number plate screws that are theft resistant. If this theft happened in East Dulwich ward the Police should have offered them to you. If they didnt please email me so I can chase it up
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
18/09/2014 14:17
James Barber
Apologies to everyone I'm a little behind due to illness but will catch-up by Monday.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
12/09/2014 07:59
James Barber
The scam would be access to someone's home, distracting them, and then robbing them. But it does look more like a Virgin Media cock-up.If you don't make any rapid progress with VM please get in tou
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
11/09/2014 10:12
James Barber
Latest notes from local Police presentation at Dulwich Community Council 10 September. For all wards April-July crime is down. College 11 officers Lots of Shell Petrol Station crime on Crystal
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
09/09/2014 13:02
James Barber
Southwark Council is embarking on revising its planning bible the Southwark Plan. I've requested that it state clearly that for the Dulwich Hospital site only health and education uses are expect on
Forum: The Family Room discussion
08/09/2014 11:39
James Barber
It kerb or kerbs but we all knew what was meant.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
05/09/2014 08:04
James Barber
Hi jrpfinch, Not that I'm aware - I'll ask Caroline Pidgeon GLA Assembly Member if TfL stufy this holistically across London. As TfL vet around 3M of borough spend by each borough annually they must
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
04/09/2014 09:40
James Barber
Hi ultraburner, I'm negative because the design ignores the problems the proposed junction designs are already causing when just junctions without the cycle lanes. I've given two examples of where th
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
03/09/2014 13:54
James Barber
I've gone through the proposals in detail. Apart from my current role of East Dulwich councillor, I used chair Southwark Cyclists for a number of years campaigning for better cycle facilities. I'm
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
03/09/2014 08:38
James Barber
Southwark Council is looking for residents to volunteer as mystery shoppers who are willing to fairly assess an record information about using Southwark Council services. If you're interested eithe
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
02/09/2014 13:38
James Barber
The official stats are released in January once remarking etc has been undertaken. But isn't it good that the Southwark Junior School improvements are bearing such fruit. In 2003 when current GCSE pup
Forum: The Family Room discussion
02/09/2014 09:19
James Barber
Hi LS1234, Can you please PM or even better email me the name of the Southwark Officer who told you this? Hi ITATM, Yes, sounds daft - on the case once LS1234 gives me a name.
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