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24/11/2017 18:56
James Barber
Hi ed_pete, The NHS reps have submitted a second application to resolve planning conditions. Many more to come but it is movement. Separately Ive been told The Charter East Dulwich School project te
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
19/11/2017 22:41
James Barber
Removing parking and pedestrian refuge islands to make the traffic more free flowing on these rat runs but then countering this with more speed humps is very old school highway engineering. The ideal
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
18/11/2017 18:14
James Barber
My RAM has found a new home 4pm today when it was collected.
Forum: For Sale & Items Offered in ED
18/11/2017 16:40
James Barber
Hi Siduhe, The Cabinet Councillor has decided to reopen the road ASAP - likely nexT March +/- a month as it was before controlled one lane by traffic lights. Siduhe Wrote: ---------------------
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
18/11/2017 16:38
James Barber
Hi world wiser, From exasperation I've reported the issue to Planning Enforcement again and asked that the pavement have extra focus on cleaning until the residents and property owners follow the pla
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18/11/2017 16:19
James Barber
I've had some casework before on crane aviation warning lights. From memory if the crane is 150m of greater above the surrounding ground height then it would need lights. I suspect the crane in que
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
18/11/2017 16:15
James Barber
Hopefully it will help - I've reported the building to Planning Enforcement. The change f form offices to flats would have involved detailed proposals for where their rubbish and recycling would go. I
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18/11/2017 13:10
James Barber
I have 2 x 4GB I no longer need for a late 2014 iMAC 27" iMAC. No charge - just interested in it having a good home.
Forum: For Sale & Items Offered in ED
02/11/2017 08:31
James Barber
Hi Jakido, The Traffic Management Order become valid 23 October. BUT The signage lining will be in place for Saturday 11 November. So I would counsel only acting as if the TMO is in place then. Hope
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
02/11/2017 08:28
James Barber
Hi Siduhe, I've had an anecdotal comment that signs had been tampered with hence the more permanent version. The council has to have these signs in place while a temporary closure. It can't keep re i
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
02/11/2017 08:23
James Barber
Hi macultd, I believe the school has an archivist so perhaps worth contacting the school. For general outside photos the Southwark Local Studies Library (based to read of the John Harvard Library, 2
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
31/10/2017 15:31
James Barber
Hi Sally, Yes, but the start date will be when the lines and signs are physically changed.
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31/10/2017 15:30
James Barber
You would not believe how much effort has gone into getting Southwark Council to try these. Good luck with your CGS bid PeckhamRose. And if anyone would like a motorbike ground anchor where they
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
28/10/2017 16:20
James Barber
The formal Traffic Management Order -https://www.southwark.gov.uk/assets/attach/4620/Waiting%20Restrictions%20North%20Cross%20Road%20Market%20-%20Public%20notice%20dated%207%20September%202017.pdf had
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
25/10/2017 20:19
James Barber
Hi rch, You spotted that as well. I've submitted a bid for devolved highway renewal budget to cover that and some other issues on Lordship Lane as well. rch Wrote: -------------------------------
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
25/10/2017 20:10
James Barber
Hi evilmanic, How ridiculous - I've contacted council officials to ask if this is true. A 6 months delay to get a parking bay suspended to allow a water leak repair is so outlandish I find it hard to
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
25/10/2017 19:54
James Barber
My understanding is that these leases have reverted to Southwark Council. BrandNewGuy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > James, please could you possibly chase up
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
23/10/2017 11:53
James Barber
The old adage 'be careful what you ask for' seems to apply to this... I've asked whether any of these works will take place during December - crucial period for local businesses - and if this is plan
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20/10/2017 15:54
James Barber
Hi Rollflick, I thought it was very clear that step lan is to reopen the road as it was before - one lane controlled by traffics lights. The consultation I thought was about whether to instead keep
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
20/10/2017 15:47
James Barber
Hi EdButler, TfL and most councils have policies to remove railings wherever possible. The largest Southwark example of this was removing them from the Walworth Road - where they corralled people wal
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
17/10/2017 22:04
James Barber
Hi rch, The Charter School East Dulwich has 43 planning conditions of which it looks like 18 need to be discharged before breaking ground or going above ground. By my reckoning 9 have been partially
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
17/10/2017 21:13
James Barber
One correction. Camberwell Grove is neither an A or B road. So it is not a 'main road'. It may well be a convenient road to drive into/out of town. Camberwell Grove has over 1,000 residents. So the a
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
16/10/2017 22:46
James Barber
Hi ed_pete, I'm also a bit concerned that nothing is happening. Today I was corresponding with a planning team leader ands if I could have schedule of the planning conditions both the new school an
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
15/10/2017 05:45
James Barber
Hi green bean, No, I will chase. Apologies for the delay. Promise by head of planning not delivered.
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15/10/2017 05:45
James Barber
Hi Sally Eva, Such as scheme has been suggested in the past by Councillor Ian Wingfield for Dulwich Village. Allowing Southwark residents to drive through but not non Southwark residents unless they
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
13/10/2017 09:59
James Barber
Hi Jacqui5254, I'm sorry you needed to escalate this to me. Glad we got this foxed for you in the end. I have highlighted the generic problem to council manager hoping it will be permanently fixed.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
13/10/2017 09:51
James Barber
The latest is that Southwark Council has allocated 15k for bridge strengthening which would allow vehicles single lane up to 3 tonnes - partial reopening of the road for motor vehicles. That weekend
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
10/10/2017 15:58
James Barber
The consultation states overall traffic is down 15%. to repair the bridge would involve significant closures of the railway line and cost. Unfortunately the consultation didn't explain those costs
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07/10/2017 15:22
James Barber
Hi seenbeen, I have contacted the council team about this via [email protected] and the councillors casework team asking when they will stop giving skip licences to this property. A
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
04/10/2017 13:53
James Barber
Hi Jacqui5254, Yes the bulky waste service the council provides has become truly awful since they introduced a charge for it. The charge has meant a reduction in people using the service so fewer cre
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