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Area Forum - 30 Jan 2007

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Joined 04-03-2005
Posted on Friday, 19 January, 2007 - 05:27 pm:   

The council together with the nine local councillors are organising the Forest Hill, Perry Vale and Sydenham Area Forum is on Tuesday, 30 January 2007 - 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. at St George's Church, Vancouver Road, SE23 2AG.

Presentations and discussions will focus on:

East London Railway, which will be coming to Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill and Sydenham from 2010. Residents are invited to come and let the council know what they want to see delivered.

Forest Hill Pools - a progress report

There will be an exhibition showing the proposed renovation for Forest Hill Library

In addition, residents will have the opportunity to discuss other issues that matter to them with their councillors.

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Joined 04-03-2005
Posted on Wednesday, 31 January, 2007 - 08:48 am:   

This was a very positive meeting with good presentations from the council about the East London Line and Forest Hill Pools. There was also a very good turn out, with all the seats taken in quite a large hall.

It appears that the Forest Hill and Sydenham Society campaign to keep our train services to London Bridge may be having the right affect, but we should know a little more this evening when we are meeting with TfL at their offices.
Joined 20-03-2005
Posted on Friday, 02 February, 2007 - 12:25 pm:   

Thanks to everyone who attended the meeting on Tuesday. This area forum has always been the most well attended of the 6 in the borough since their start a few years ago. As ward councillors, we have always tried to ensure that the subjects up for presentation and discussion are relevant and topical. It seems the local residents agree with us.

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