Assembly meeting

Our Police Safer Neighbourhood team gave us an update about:

  • kids on bikes terrorising the neighbourhood – one youth was arrested and now is banned from riding a bike
  • the increase in shed burglaries, including one break-in where a bike was carried over four fences – they recommend putting up sensor lights
  • there are now only two in the tram – a PC and a PCSO so they ask for patience.

The meeting voted on applications for Lee Green Assembly money.  Those who were agreed by the co-ordinating committee got their funding:

FUSS – £2,600

Lee Green Lives – £4,858

Lee Green Consortium (the tent at the Manor House Gardens Festival and this website) – £1,815.98

Lee Fair Share – £1,800

Street Trees – £480

South London Counselling and Support Services – £1,000

Meglish Library Project (photos and text by those earning English – £1,000

One application for a pilot to combat rat-running on Cambridge Drive was not recommended because it’s regarded as a ward-wide problem.  November’s Assembly meeting will be devoted to the subject of traffic.

We also heard:

  • an update on Leegate – no news
  • information about Lewisham’s bid for borough of culture (see separate post)
  • and an invitation to a volunteers’ get-together at Lochaber Hall on 11th Nov.  More details closer to the time. 



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