Present: Jane Pickard (chair), Ann Ridley, Rod Brown, James Slattery-Kavanagh, Pat Fisher, Jeff Avis, Joe Ward, Coun Gerry Evans
Apologies: Anne Orange, Coun Robert McConnell
Minutes and Matters Arising Minutes were accepted. Matters arising to be taken as agenda items.
Tulse Hill Transport Hub Survey.
There was discussion surrounding the formulation of a questionnaire and what it was hoped to achieve. Should questions be framed to influence the outcome. For example, Do you feel the erection of housing on the site adjoining Tulse Hill Railway station would prejudice the future development for the benefit of commuters.
St. Julian's Fields.
Coun Evans reported that the Public Enquiry had backed opposition to developing the site. NAG agreed to support an application for a temporary licence to allow local residents. to use the space.
Rod Brown agreed to take up this post.
It was agreed that future meetings will be held at 'Lancaster's' but will be kept under review.
St. Luke's Garden.
It was reported that this project will now be project-managed by a charity, 'Groundwork'.
Jeff Avis questioned the possibility of claiming compensation from the Government to restore the original decorative railings, which were removed to, allegedly, help the Second World War effort.
Crystal Palace Area
There is a small enquiry in progress regarding over zealous traffic wardens.
There will be Victorian Days celebrations at Crystal Palace, on 5th & 6th June to celebrate the 150th anniversary, which is actually on 10th June.