Wednesday, 30 November 2016
There will be updates on food growing, sport, the nature garden, progress fixing the wall, and a proposal from a local resident who would like to create a mural on the walls between the tennis and football/basketball courts.
Friday, 25 November 2016
|Streatham turned out to hear from their MP, Lambeth Council, Southern Rail, TfL, and Network Rail|
|Getting the message across|
The campaign is calling on Transport for London (TfL), which is responsible for Streatham High Road and Streatham Hill, to balance more equally the needs of moving traffic with the safety of people living in Streatham.
Monday, 21 November 2016
Using nearly £300,000 from the Streatham Hub Tesco's development, money will be spent on traffic calming, street de-cluttering, more public seating, and "greening" of the environment with the planting of trees and raised beds.
Sunday, 20 November 2016
There is a chance to questions decision-makers on Streatham's transport this Thursday 24th November.
Streatham's Transport Question Time will bring officers and elected officials from Southern Rail, Network Rail, Transport for London, Lambeth Council, the London Assembly and Streatham MP Chuka Umunna to answer questions from the public.
You can submit your question in advance here. or do so on the day.
Doors open from 6.45pm and the meeting starts at 7.30pm. The venue is Immanuel and St Andrew's Church Hall, 452 Streatham High Road (opposite Streatham Common).
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
|Monitoring air pollution in Streatham|
The Lambeth-wide project, run by UCL's Mapping for Change, involves replacing nitrogen diffusion tubes every month - and sending them off for analysis of nitogen dioxide in the air.
Air pollution in London currently causes neearly 10,000 deaths each year and frequently breaks EU legal limits.
Scott got stuck in directing the traffic on Monday as Lambeth Council and cycling organisation Sustrans introduced a 6-month trial of a safer "Quietway" cycle route through this part of Streatham.