The local community won’t stop fighting for our local Church of England Secondary school located in Approach Road, just around the corner from our estate.
We have a few pupils from local families attending and we would all be very sad to see the school close.
The Mayor has decided on the closure on 29. January 2019 but two members of the Childrens and Education Sub-committee Scrutiny Panel, Dr. Phillip Rice and Councillor Ahmed Hussain, have called in the decision.
Any member of the public can attend this meeting at the Town Hall.
As your parent representative on the Steering Group, you may contact me with your concerns about the planned closure via the contact page.
Parents are concerned that the planned amalgamation is not going ahead as thought because the Lower School building is as yet not available for Oaklands pupils to use. Parents need to make their preferences available by 28. February.
I would be very happy if the planned closure was cancelled.
Source: Fight to save Raines Foundation Secondary School continues at Call-In Meeting Tuesday 18th February 6.30 p.m.
I have never experienced such a breakdown in local services.
- Our local secondary school, Raine’s Foundation is under threat of closure
- 2. Our local GP, The Mission Practise is refusing* to give patients appointments.
- The London Chest Hospital was closed some time ago.
Taking this as a sign of a reduction in local services, residents should be concerned and make enquiries to their local Member of Parliament, their Councillor and perhaps the Mayor of Tower Hamlets as to why our local services are not delivering the care our community needs.
*Online appointments are normally not available and when ringing, one can not get an advance appointment all times.
Only one week left to have your say on changes to Bow as part of Liveable Streets. Add your thoughts and ideas for your neighbourhood to the online interactive map by Tues 21st May.
Please follow the link for all details on how to participate through drop-in sessions or online.
The consultation is part of TfL’s and Mayor of London’s Liveable Neighbourhoods funding in which Bow is one of the first neighbourhoods to be improved under Tower Hamlets Council’s own Liveable Streets programme.
Homelessness and especially manifested and prolonged homelessness has a big impact on our borough and the quality of life for everybody in the borough.
It has emerged that some homeless groups now start to wear high-viz vests and look like officials of some sort and congregate around certain areas with aggressive begging becoming concerning.
Tower Hamlets Council currently holds a consultation on the forthcoming strategy to tackle the issue. A decision is due by 28. November 2018.
Consultation via the
- homelessness Partnership Board
- Mail out and presentation through the Tower Hamlets Housing Forum
- Workshops with residents
- online consultation with the general public, draft document and survey
- internal Briefings
An Equality Impact Assessment is due by 17. September 2018
Any additional information can be obtained through firstname.lastname@example.org
I strongly recommend that all residents take part on the online consultation once available.
Please download the street-link app to help those unfortunate members of our community who sleep outside.
Step 1. See a rough sleeper Step 2. Open the Streetlink App Step 3. Enter rough sleepers details Step 4. A professional will attend that rough sleeper
“John Biggs has reversed the alcohol license for the Park market. It is a good example of how our Mayor and councillors do listen to the residents of the borough.”
I publish this message as received from the Parkview RA secretary.