Improving Norbury, by helping each other & supporting a better quality of life
WHO WE ARE / WHAT WE DO:
Norbury Village Residents’ Association (NVRA) is a voluntary association of residents in Norbury, London SW16.
Our aim is to represent the views of our members in the local community and work with statutory and other bodies, including other residents’ associations in Norbury, to monitor, improve and promote our local area.
We cover a residential area of circa 1000 households in Norbury from Stanford Road SW16 to the borders of Croydon North with Lambeth Council and from London Road SW16 to the borders of Croydon North with Merton Council.
Members and Friends of the NVRA are represented by the NVRA Committee which consists entirely of volunteers. The Committee is elected by its members once a year, during our Annual General Meeting.
NVRA COVER AREA:
Our Association covers the following streets in Norbury, London SW16:
Abingdon Rd, Acacia Rd (1-31), Bishops Park Rd, Colebrook Rd, Croindene Rd, Fairview Rd, Lloyd Avenue, London Rd (west side), Oakhill Rd, Roche Rd, Scott Close, Southbrook Rd, Stanford Rd (1-163) (2-252) , Turle Rd (1-39) (2-40), Upwood Rd, Woodmasterne Rd (Croydon only).
Members and Friends of the NVRA have elected the following Committee for the period from 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016:
We are also always looking for new Committee Friends who can support us in any way they can. If you have some spare time or have a particular skill we would love to hear from you. CONTACT US today!