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We have just heard that Westminster have approved the landscape project for Luxborough Tower: security fence, new path with changes to access to the block, improvements to the parking and the plantings. The proposal for the new buildings on the kick-about site on Luxborough Street will go to the planning committee in December. (AH 6th Nov 2019)
Membership of our Association lapses after three years, in October 2019. So from October we will be asking people to re-join the association. Please do. It does matter. (AH Sept19)
We will be using any email addresses that you have given us in the past on previous membership forms. If you don't want us to have your email just answer with 'unsubscribe' and we will delete your email straightaway. Our new email address for this is email@example.com. (AH Sept19)
September 2019 we have set up two new email accounts that tie in with the website:
The draft minutes of the AGM on 10th Sept 2019 are now available on the documents tab from the main menu.
Future meetings are planned for:
→ Weds 20th November 2019 committee at 6:15pm
→ Weds 29th January 2020 General Meeting at 6pm
→ Weds 8th April 2020 committee at 6:15pm
→ Weds 24rd June 2020 AGM at 6pm
→ Weds 16th September committee at 6:15pm
We are pleased to hear that the development project for the playground site on Luxborough Street is back in planning. If this goes ahead it includes a significant relandscaping of Luxborough Tower, with full fencing and major improvements to security.
Formal Westminster planning consultation papers have just been delivered to all flats and leasees. Please make sure that you respond to these planning applications as positively as you can. Full details are on the Westminster website: log-in and have your say. (AH Aug19)
After the last meeting between the Residents Association and Westminster Housing, the Residents Association has retained the services of a specialist Property Lawyer, to help with the process of challenging Westminster's estimated costs for major Works. We don't have any agreed programme of works, yet Westminster have sent out estimated costs at around £6.5m for the block. There will be more meetings. (AH Jul19)
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