In order to free up spaces for people to park on the side streets along Norwood Road, Lambeth council have been working to identify abandoned cars. These are vehicles which have no tax or an up to date MOT or both. There have been 2 vehicles identified on Robson Road, and a further 4 on Chatsworth way. However, this is quite a long process often involving several different agencies such as the police and DVLA. Several of the vehicles are also too big for a standard pick-up ve
When creating a pedestrianised space on Station Rise – by Tulse Hill station we wanted to add some greenery to brighten up the area, and also stop vehicles parking along the double yellow lines. We put in some flower beds which were planted up with hardy species. However, sadly cars kept driving over these beds – despite us using rocks in them! As a result, the BID has kindly donated some large new planters for Station Rise. These nice metal planters really add to the atmosph
As part of the Streetworks project it was discovered that 248 Norwood Road had grabbed a piece of public pavement to create a private car park that later became a dumping hot spot and a resting place for old mattresses. Having recovered the area, created a green space and planted it up, Streetworks are hoping that someone will now tend the garden. If any local resident(s) / gardeners would like to take it on and make the Norwood Road a better place then please step forward.
Recently the Norwood Action Group helped to facilitate a meeting for local businesses to raise concerns about the changes undertaken by Streetworks along Norwood Road. At the end of the meeting a motion was passed calling for additional car parking spaces to be instated or reinstated, including six on the widened pavement along Norwood Road, with abandoned cars on side roads also identified and removed. Streetworks is a community-led project to improve Norwood and Tulse Hill.