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Residents of St Pauls Cray

                                           OLD ST PAULS CRAY VILLAGE RESIDENTS SOCIETY

                                                                                                                                         Meeting held on 03/10/19

                    

    1       ST PAULS CRAY PARK.  The unofficial land clearance (stopped by an injunction by Bromley Council) to the west of the travellers camp has been used as a reception point for stolen cars - a Kent police visit resulted in several arrests.

          2        FIX MY STREET. Residents with Internet access are recommended to use www.fixmystreet.com to report any problems, which they consider need attention. This is an independent website who “harass” Bromley Council into executing remedial action. 

   3       WASTE 4 FUEL  The site has been cleared - a feasibly study is to be arranged by Bromley council & Cray Valley West residents association as to what exactly to do with the site  - and the adjacent lakes.

   4       SANDY LANE. Persistent use by heavy goods vehicles has led to the sides breaking up - council made aware. Footpath between The Bull and golf club is disappearing under soil erosion.

   5.    CRAY PARADE. Resulting from intelligence received 5A Cray Parade was raided by the police and a brothel (at which class A drugs were found) has been closed down. 

   6.   MARY ROSE (now called The Pavillion) CAR PARK. A planning application for several town houses to be constructed on the "scrubland" adjacent to St Mary's church had been submitted - and subsequently refused. 

   7.   TESCO'S. Land behind Tesco's planning application for 13 units with access in Edgington Way for 5 and Fitzroy for 8 - the latter exiting into Sandy Lane. A letter of objection to increased traffic onto Sandy Lane has been sent to the council.

   8. SKI CENTRE. A plan to build 80 houses has been proposed but as yet not reached the planning application stage.


Residents please note - the detailed minutes of each meeting are posted in the window of Shelley's Hairdressers for perusal.

  

   Contact number at St Mary Cray police station is 02087212821- this will automatically go through to the community officers mobile. The office is open 7pm to 8pm Wednesdays & Thursdays and 2 pm to 3pm on Saturdays.. 

Next meeting - Thursday 7th November 2019 @ 8 pm in The Function Room, The Bull, Sandy Lane