Spring time and there is a kind of tranformation that has taken place at Norbury Park. We are posting the attached pictures, courtesy of one of our members, David Clark. The new entrance to the Park and the flower planting have contributed to a significant improvement. It is worth taking a stroll before these wonderful… Read More Norbury in bloom!
Further to our recent post about our ongoing campaign to have new street trees planted at Roche Road, Fairview Road and Bishop’s Park’ Road SW16, we have now received the following hopeful response from the Council’s tree officer. We hope that next year there will finally be positive news for the residents in those streets,… Read More COUNCIL RAISES OUR HOPES FOR FURTHER STREET TREES
It is this time again that the Council is planning ahead in respect of locations for planting new street trees. We have asked the tree officers to re-consider our request for new trees to be planted at Roche Road, Fairview Road and Bishop’s Park Road (section between Lloyd Avenue and Colebrook Road) SW16. It is something… Read More NVRA ASKS COUNCIL TO PLANT NEW STREET TREES
Following representations made to the Council by the NVRA and other residents’ Associations in Norbury, the entrance to Norbury Park has been greatly improved with the removal of bushes and hedges. Temporary fencing has been erected until the main refubrishment works to the entrance are carried out as part of the Parks to Be Proud Of”… Read More NORBURY PARK
Flytipping and dog fouling are still a problem and distressing to us all. Residents closer to London Road suffer from these problems the most. We regularly report such incidents to the Council who are aware of the situation and will be patroling the local area. We will also report specific addresses to the Council when… Read More FLY-TIPPING & DOG FOULING