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Venn StreetHere is a notice we have received regarding loading and unloading in Bromell’s Road.

PROPOSAL TO BAN LOADING AND UNLOADING AT ANY TIME IN BROMELL’S ROAD AND VENN STREET AND TO CONVERT A PARKING PLACE IN BROMELL’S ROAD INTO A LOADING PLACE

[NOTE:  This notice is about proposals to (a) ban the loading and unloading of vehicles at any time, at and near the junction of Bromell’s Road and Venn Street, for safety reasons;  and (b) convert a pay and display parking place in Bromell’s Road into a loading place, so as to provide an alternative loading/unloading facility for goods vehicles. Objections may be made – see paragraph 6.]

  1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Lambeth propose to make the Lambeth (Clapham “C”) (Parking Places) (No. -) Order 201- and the Lambeth (Waiting and Loading Restriction) (Amendment No. -) Order 201-, under sections 6, 45 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.
  1. The general effect of the Orders would be to:
  • ban the loading and unloading of vehicles at any time on both sides of Bromell’s Road and Venn Street between the junction of those two roads and the parking places nearest that junction (this would be instead of the ban on loading/unloading which currently applies between midnight and 7 a.m. on Mondays to Sundays);
  • convert a pay and display parking place on the south side of Bromell’s Road, outside Nos. 40 to 48 Bromell’s Road, into a loading place (the loading place would operate at any time and be for the use of goods vehicles only for periods of not more than 30 minutes, no return within 2 hours).
  1. The proposed Orders are required because the loading/unloading of vehicles at and near the junction of Bromell’s Road and Venn Street is obstructing drivers’ visibility and it is therefore necessary to ban this so as to improve road safety. A new loading place would be provided to offer an alternative loading/unloading facility for goods vehicles.
  1. If you have any enquiries, please telephone the Council’s Transportation Group on 020 7926 1060.
  1. A copy of each of the proposed Orders and documents giving detailed particulars about them (including maps) are available for inspection between 9.30 am and 4.30 pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive (except on bank/public holidays), until the last day of a period of six weeks beginning with the date on which the Orders are made or, as the case may be, the Council decides not to make the Orders, at: the offices of Lambeth Borough Council’s Transportation Group, 2nd Floor, Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, London SW9 9SP. To arrange inspection please telephone 020 7926 0209.
  1. All objections and other representations relating to the proposed Orders must be made in writing and all objections must specify the grounds on which they are made and should be sent to Barbara Poulter, Transportation Group, London Borough of Lambeth, 2nd Floor, Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, London SW9 9SP, by 7th November 2014. Any objection may be communicated to, or be seen by, other persons who may have an interest in this matter.

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Consistent campaigning by Clapham Labour has delivered a host of new improvements to our local area.

Following years of inaction when the Tories and Lib Dems ran Lambeth,  Labour has successfully won millions of pounds from Transport for London which will result in a new town square in Clapham Old Town, adding to the previous development by Clapham Labour in Venn Street.

Councillor Haselden speaking about the development said ‘Despite Tory opposition to the project we have been able to drive through an ambitious project that will transform Clapham that everyone can enjoy.

‘Throughout the project we have worked hard to minimise the impact of the works on local people. However, I have been struck by the excitement of many in the area looking forward to its completion.’

By contrast when the Tories ran Clapham they failed to deliver any major projects and only used Clapham as a cash cow to use for projects elsewhere in Lambeth.

Clapham Labour has a fantastic record of driving investment into the area and that we will continue.

Nigel Haselden and Christopher Wellbelove

 

 

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Clapham Labour joined a national campaign day celebrating 65 years of the NHS and protesting against the Tory-led Government cuts which are having terrible effects.

Labour Stall in Venn Street

Labour Party members from across Vauxhall came to support the NHS 65th Birthday stall

Despite David Cameron promising that the NHS would be safe in his hands, since the Tories took power:

–       4,000 nurses have been cut

–       Billions have been wasted on a damaging reorganization

–       Ambulance queues up by 50%

–       A & E waiting times are now at a nine year high

The Tories have broken their promises on the NHS and patients are paying the price.

Clapham Tories are silent on the brutal cuts by their government to our NHS and are failing to fight for our local services.

Find out more about Labour’s campaign @ http://www.labour.org.uk/nhs-crisis

Councillor Wellbelove celebrating 65 years of the NHS at the Venn Street Stall

Councillor Wellbelove celebrating 65 years of the NHS at the Venn Street Stall

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The Clapham Gateway consultation has been extended to run throughout the remainder of October.

An additional information board has been added to the display in Clapham Library and this gives more detail about initial proposals for the Station Island and Venn Street.

The four proposals by the shortlisted artists also remain on display in the library for the next few days so please make sure you get down to see them.

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LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 16A

TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF VENN STREET
FOR A SPECIAL EVENT (FRENCH MARKET)

1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that to enable a special event (a French Market) to take place in Venn Street, the Council of the London Borough of Lambeth subject to the agreement of Transport for London intend to make an Order the effect of which would be to temporarily ban vehicles from entering or waiting in that length of Venn Street which lies between Clapham High Street and Bromell’s Road on 27th, 28th and 29th March 2009.

2 The bans referred to above would only apply at such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by the placing of the appropriate traffic signs on the dates specified above.

3. An alternative route would be available for affected vehicles via Clapham High Street, Stonhouse Street and Bromell’s Road.

4. Whenever the bans referred to in paragraph 1 above apply the Order that imposes the one-way working in Venn Street between its junction with Clapham High Street and its junction with Bromell’s Road in a direction other than from south-east to north-west would be suspended.

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As part of our continued efforts to make it easier for people living in Clapham Town to meet and talk to their local councillors on Saturday 25th October the three councillors for Clapham Town held four surgeries over seven hours.

Councillor O’Malley started with the regular surgery at Clapham Leisure Centre. Councillors Haselden and Wellbelove then held the first ever surgery at the Clapham Community Project in Venn Street where we were visited by several local people with a wide variety of issues for us to help with.

Councillors then moved onto the Virgin Active gym in North Street, another first, where residents from Bobbin Close came to discuss concerns about dumped rubbish and graffiti which have now been reported and will be followed up on by councillors to ensure they are resolved.

Finally Councillor Wellbelove visited Heather Close sheltered housing where he met several residents, many who had concerns over increasing bills and ensuring that their payments were up to date.

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Councillors Nigel Haselden and Christopher Wellbelove yesterday visited the hugely popular French market which came to Clapham Town for the second time this weekend.

Venn Street, situated near to Clapham Common Tube was closed to traffic from Friday to Sunday with a wide variey of stalls following a French theme. Some of the food included delicious garlic mushrooms and freshly made bread.

Further events are planned and councillors are working with officers to ensure that the process from suspending parking bays is smoother in future.

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