Friday, 18 January 2019
If you would like to report a crime, raise an issue that is affecting you or where you live or just have a chat with one of Streatham's dedicated officers, dates for the Streatham Police Community Contact Sessions (also known as “Cuppa with a Copper”) for the remainder of January, February, March and April are:
Friday, 30 November 2018
If there is something you wish to discuss with a local police officer, you can meet them at one of December's Cuppa with a Copper sessions in Streatham. You can report a crime, raise an issue that is affecting you or where you live or just have a chat with your dedicated local officers on the following dates:
Date: Monday 3 December
Time: 2.00 – 3.00 pm
Venue: Brickwood, 292 Streatham High Road
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
More than 500 people responded to a public consultation carried out between 21st Sept and 4 November - with a significant majority supporting the proposals. Members of Streatham Green Party team have contributed ideas for the plans, which include:
Thursday, 11 October 2018
Give your experience of travelling by train from Streatham in this survey.
The rail indsutry target is that less than 10% of trains should be more than 5 mins late and 2% cancelled or severely late. Instead Streatham stations suffered up to 40% of trains delayed and up to 35% cancelled following the introduction of new (reduced service) timetables on 27th May 2018.
According to data supplied by Network Rail, the levels of service at all three Streatham stations were clearly terrible between 22 June 2017 and 25 July 2018:
Wednesday, 19 September 2018
|Cllr Nicole Griffiths takes part in Community Roadwatch|
In total, on Streatham Hill and Streatham High Road between the South Circular and the boundary with Croydon, there were 133 collisions in the 12 months to December 2017; 14 of these were seious - resulting in life-changing injuries. Thankfully, for the second year running, there were no fatalities.
|Cllrs Jonathan Bartley and Scott Ainslie: emergency supplies|
Thames Water have apologised to Streatham residents for short-changing them on compensation when they went without water for up to three days in March.
People affected by the loss of water supply on 3rd March were entitled for compensation of £30 if they were affected for between 4 and 12 hours, rising to £150 for up to 72 hours.
Monday, 17 September 2018
|Straight-across crossings, not staggered|
News from Transport for London that they are considering two options for changes to the A23 to improve safety between the south circular and Streatham Hill station:
* one bus lane and one general traffic lane in each direction
* removal of central reservation
* 20mph speed limit
* segregated bi-directional cycle way on western side
* 6 straight-across crossings with countdown signals and raised tables
* floating bus stops for north-bound buses only
* Telford Ave/Arriva bus garage exit converted to signalised junction