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15/02/2019 08:03
James Barber
There were road works on Grove Lane on the lanes going in this direction. Clearly not great timing for road works as people get used to the changes on Champion Hill. richard tudor Wrote: -----
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
04/02/2019 18:05
James Barber
Hi MarkT, I think the statement the council receives no money form central government disingenuous. Southwark Council receives a large annual grant to be allocated by southwark Council to meet stat
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
04/02/2019 17:46
James Barber
This scheme seems great. Reduce air pollution, encourage people to walk and cycle for school drop and collection, likely decrease in danger from traffic. 8-9am and 3-4pm. I'd like Melbourne Grove (
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
02/02/2019 17:18
James Barber
Village Way has been added to the Herne Hill CPZ because of a number of vehicles dumped and very long term parking of people from outside the area (we're talking multi years). Residents there even rai
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
02/02/2019 17:11
James Barber
Hi lanclark78, Apologies for the delay in coming back to you. This is the response to a Lib Dem councillors enquiring on our behalf: "I can now provide you with a full response to your enquiry:
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/01/2019 08:22
James Barber
What would I do if I were still a councillor - I'd knock on every door in the consultation area making sure people were aware of these proposals. I would hold street stalls on Lordship Lane making su
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
23/01/2019 14:38
James Barber
Or mrwb, a reduction for those who don't own a car who pay for the upkeep of local roads to exactly the same degree as car owners.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
23/01/2019 10:38
James Barber
TCSED would love to have more donated instruments please, are grateful for those so far donated - especially a drum kit or any small percussion instruments please... If anyone would prefer to deal
Forum: The Lounge
23/01/2019 10:36
James Barber
Hi badger, When a councillor I had a number of cases where a council leaseholder wished to build something and need Southwark as the freeholder to agree. It was a painful drawn out process but on a n
Forum: The Lounge
23/01/2019 10:12
James Barber
Hi mrwb, Actually local councils do own local roads. They also have a statutory duty to maintain them. They are shown as assets in their books.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
21/01/2019 21:10
James Barber
Next delivery of donated instruments to TCSED - 2 x flutes, guitar, tenor horn, 2 x violins. Thank you to everyone who has donated instruments. If their are any more please say...
Forum: The Lounge
21/01/2019 18:32
James Barber
Hi MarkT, I'm saying that the proposed area for each of the CPZ zones could be subdivided and that ideally the East Dulwich would be down the middle of Lordship Lane with different limited hours of o
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
21/01/2019 18:29
James Barber
Hi MarkT, Care Workers can also have Southwark wide parking permits - https://www.southwark.gov.uk/parking/parking-permits/on-street-permits/home-care-workers-parking-permits Cost is £125 and if the
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
21/01/2019 11:13
James Barber
Yes. Each of these proposed areas could be sub divided if the consultation results suggest this would work better.
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21/01/2019 11:12
James Barber
NHS staff are able to get a cross borough permit and lots of extra parking options on top - https://www.southwark.gov.uk/parking/parking-permits/on-street-permits/health-workers-parking-permits?chapte
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
21/01/2019 09:50
James Barber
TheArtfuldogger, I believe residents can have CPZ permits for such key worker visits. Complication being CPZ permits require stated vehicle registration number - so changes to that could cause proble
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
21/01/2019 09:43
James Barber
IF the consultation for this and the West Peckham CPZ (north East Dulwich) results in CPZ then I hope it operates for one or two hours each day and different times for different sides of Lordship Lane
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
21/01/2019 09:26
James Barber
Hi Soylent Green, Southwark Council can and has increased Council Tax. FY 18/19 up by 4.99% for example and also 4.99% in FY17/18, 2% FY16/17, o% from FY06/07 Under Lib Dems to FY15/16 under Labour
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
19/01/2019 12:42
James Barber
Hi dc, Clearly many people had a hand in making this new school happen and will continue to do so until it is finally finished. The original campaign for this was started by local Lib Dems. The Lab
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
19/01/2019 12:35
James Barber
Hi Pugwash, I guess CPZ permits could be avoided for Home Care Workers if they time their visits to be outside the hours of operation and the hours of operation were limited. o you know if the Herne
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
16/01/2019 15:52
James Barber
Hi rare_breeds, 21,000 residents. Roughly 56% of households have a car. Circa 8,000 households in SE22 from memory. 1 in 80 isn't a huge proportion but is higher than other areas in Southwark who the
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
16/01/2019 15:48
James Barber
Hi sue, Please see planning portal here - https://interactive.planningportal.co.uk/detached-house/outside/windows-and-doors " It states you DO NOT usually need planning permission if: - repairs,
Forum: The Lounge
14/01/2019 21:57
James Barber
Hi creditwheredue, I talked to five cinema providers all were very interested in coming to East Dulwich. We had several ideas for local locations that could support a new cinema. We had been talking
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
14/01/2019 21:36
James Barber
Agree on the LL/EDG junction but CPZ's aren't the mechanism to do that. Work is supposed to be underway to make LL safer from Goose Green to south circular.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
13/01/2019 14:06
James Barber
You can also borrow eBooks online.
Forum: The Lounge
13/01/2019 14:04
James Barber
Hi Soylent Green, The cost of running Controlled Parking Zones is clearly significantly less than the £125/year permit charge. I say this because for council housing estates with controlled parking t
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
12/01/2019 12:31
James Barber
If you have a specific book/s you think they should stock at the new Grove Vale library they will seriously consider getting them in. On the opening day met a lovely chap who was delighted to see his
Forum: The Lounge
12/01/2019 12:29
James Barber
If you change the windows appearance you are supposed to get Planning Permission. So if you don't and try selling your home in the next 12 years you'll have a serious hiccup and after the 12 years wou
Forum: The Lounge
12/01/2019 12:20
James Barber
The map clearly shows Chadwick Road houses on the south side, from the railway line east, included in this new proposed CPZ. So it may be they will be able to obtain CPZ permit for this proposed new z
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
12/01/2019 12:07
James Barber
Southwark Council has just issued a public consultation to install Controlled Parking Zone bounded by Grove Vale, East Dulwich Road, Fenwick Road, Chadwick Road, railway line. To respond to the con
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