Local support groups

Yesterday’s meeting of the Parkview Residents Association introduced us to our new community support officer from Tower Hamlets Homes and also the Roman Road Trust.

There is also a Friends of Meath Gardens Support Group, that has a page on Facebook. Most of those voluntary organisations rely on support from volunteers.

Much discussion was held around the Chest Hospital development, whereby the new consultation round ends on 28. June 2018.

Concerns were raised that the longer the site stays undeveloped the more it falls into decay and that is not good for our neighbourhood. Residents can make a case for or against support of the new housing development from Crest Nicholson on the current Tower Hamlets Planning Application website.

There are many submissions on this development including

Please look at the building plans and consider the full effects of the site staying vacant for a prolonged period of time. It cannot support our community if the site stays vacant for years.

Please don’t attract vermin to the estate.

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Meat laid out on the Footpath at Rosebery House

This morning, at around 6:15, I found a lot of raw meat, lined up on the footpath, near the football pitch, at the beginning of Rosebery House.

It seems this meat was laid out on purpose there, and if not and somebody lost it out of a bag on the way to the bins, can I please ask you to pick it up and bin it.

I picked up this meat and binned it this morning.

Food like this attracts rats and other vermin, it is not useful for our environment to leave meat around like this.