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Planning Applications (J. Denyer)

This will be the last presentation from John Denyer. Chair gave thanks to John for his work for the CHRA, and a request was made for anyone who could fill this vacancy.

High Road – application has been made for more houses at the rear of 203 High Road,

opposite the Doctors’ surgery. There have been 8 complaints, but these have been over -

ruled by the local authority, who have given the go-ahead for development.

 

· Ashton Gardens – proposed development of housing

Dear Resident,
 
I like to remind people in good time, so our next meeting will be on Thursday October 14th. This will be our first live meeting for some time. The meeting will start at 7.30 pm and the venue is the United Reformed Church hall, entrance in Beresford Avenue, just off Mill Lane, Chadwell Heath.
 
For this meeting, there will be no guest speaker, which will allow us to spend more time on local issues, and those issues that concern you. It is likely that the meeting will be shorter than usual. Because it is our first meeting back, will need to take your details at the door, so please be patient - I won't start the meeting until everyone is inside.
 
During this enforced shutdown, the Association has held nine zoom meetings, and they have been quite successful, with an average of 30 people logging in, which is far more than I expected.
My thanks as ever to the police and to our Councillors for their support and attendances during this difficult time.
 

With kind regards, Keith, on behalf of CHRA Committee.

Expected protest disruption

I wanted to make you aware of some expected protest activity starting this weekend as a result of the group Extinction Rebellion having announced two weeks of protest rebellion activity from August 23 in London. Organisers from Extinction Rebellion, have made it clear that they intend to cause disruption to London and London’s communities, including the City of London.

1-  Rear of 60 High Road proposal to build 3 storey house comprising 3 self contained flats (whalebone)

 2-  17 East Road erection of two storey 3 bedroom house (Chadwell Heath)
 
3 -  203 - 213 High Road ( rear of ? Ashton Court) erection of 1 2 bedroom and 1 3 bedroom houses (Chadwell Heath)
and
22 Freshwater Road erection of 12 one bedroom and 4 two bedroom flats (Valance )

 Our thanks to john Denyer

Barking Foodbank runs a valuable service at various sites around the area. They are always grateful for any donations, but are currently suffering from a particular shortage of the following items: long-life milk,  long-life fruit juice, coffee, tinned spaghetti, cooking oil, tinned meat (beef/chicken), jam, toiletries (shampoo and conditioner, soap, shower gel, toothpaste and toothbrushes) and small packs of washing powder. 

If you would like to make a donation, these can be taken to the Foodback at the United Reformed Church hall, off Mill Lane, on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, from 10am - 12 pm.

The Safer Neighbourhood teams have published their updates for the last month. Residents are reminded that windows should not be left open, as there has been an increase in burglaries. 

Chadwell Heath Ward:  Priorities are set as (1) Street based violence and (2) Reduce Anti-social behaviour, drug activity and robberies around Reynolds Court.

The next Ward Panel meeting will be held by Telephone Conference at 6pm on Wednesday 22nd September.   

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