The Aberfeldy Board are working with senior development managers to make sure Aberfeldy residents get the best out of the Aberfeldy Development.
Aberfeldy board members interviewed the potential development partners for the new Aberfeldy Village.
Aberfeldy Board spent their minor work budget this year, with the majority spent on additional lighting across the estate.
The Brownfield Board have been working hard to make sure residents are able to communicate with them. The board have their own email address, which they look after. Please contact them by emailing: BEB@poplarharca.co.uk
. The board also opened the lines of communication by putting up notice boards throughout the estate.
The board spent their minor work budget this year. The money was spent on road humps, estate furniture and noticeboards.
The board will be working closely with Poplar HARCA on a pilot scheme to combat antisocial behaviour (ASB). If you would like to discuss this further please email the Brownfield Board.
Bow Bridge spent their minor works budget for 2010/2011 on: - extra external lighting at
- tidying up of overgrown areas at Foxley and Munden Houses
- some additional paving between Alton and Bradley Houses
- contributed towards the purchase of mobile CCTV units to help with increasing ASB issues on Stroudley Walk.
Burdett Minor work projects include:
- a contribution to repair the vandalised round-about on the new play area at the back of the neighbourhood centre.
- estate noticeboards
The estate board is looking to develop a voluntary group to run youth sessions in the area.
The board has spent a large proportion of their minor works budget and has approved the purchase of a children’s play apparatus that will be installed on the estate.
The board is working closely with Poplar HARCA to resolve the issue with the increase of lorries using Empson Street, which creates noise and dust.
The Coventry Cross sub-group which focuses on the refurbishment work on allocated blocks have called in Steve Stride, Chief Executive, to discuss the idea of the Underground Refuse Systems (URS). They also discussed the proposal of giving private back gardens to ground
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