Dulwich Community Council newsletter October 2018

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Southwark Council


    Dulwich Community Council

    October 2018

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Hello welcome to the latest Dulwich community council newsletter. We've got lots of information about events and activities happening.

If you weren't able to attend the last Dulwich community council meeting, we were joined by Peter Herring – interim Chief Executive of Kings College Hospital who spoke on the current financial state of the hospital and answered a variety of questions from the floor. There was also the usual community announcements including an update from the police, plus an item on Quietway 7.

To hear what was said, please visit: https://auditelsystems.mediasite.com/Mediasite/Play/880f993e3ea9413ea3b1dcea22645e211d

We’re currently gearing up for the next meeting which is happening on Wednesday 31 October 2018. We kick off at 7pm at Christ Church, 263 Barry Rd, SE22 0JT. Details including the agenda will follow shortly.

A205 Dulwich Common / Lordship Lane Consultation.

Transport For London (TFL) are consulting by proposing to introduce a pedestrian crossing on the A205 South Circular near the junction of Dulwich Common / Lordship Lane.

The consultation is open until 25 October 2018, so if you would like to have your say, please visit the TFL Consultation Hub website.

A205 Dulwich Common Lordship Lane

Barry Road Healthy Streets Consultation

Do you live on or near Barry Rd?

Get involved in the Healthy Street Consultation encouraging 20mph.

You'll have to be quick, the deadline in 23:59 on 14 October 2018

For more info, please visit https://consultations.southwark.gov.uk/environment-leisure/barryroad/

Name your Housing Hero!

Nominate the person or organisation who has made an impact through their volunteering in your community for our Housing Hero 2018!

In partnership with ENGIE contractors (formerly known as Keepmoat) Southwark Council wants to recognise these individuals and organisations who go the extra mile to help others. The winning nominees, selected by a panel of judges, will take home a trophy plus £100 for their favourite charity.

Take a look at the criteria below, and answer three short questions about why you think they deserve a Housing Heroes Award. You can also download a form from this site, or pick up one rom your local library or leisure centre.

If you have entered a winning nominee, you and the nominee will be invited to an awards ceremony on 14 November 2018, where the winners will be announced, and trophies and cash distributed.

The closing date for application will be 19 October 2018.