Lister is the Leader of Wandsworth
Council and a member for Putney's
dream of an easy link between Putney's tube and mainline stations
is one many of us share.
why I was interested in the latest comments on putneysw15.com's
the face of it a separate entrance to the mainline station
from the bridge at Oxford Road would halve the walk to East
Putney. It wouldn't quite add up to a fully-fledged transport
interchange but it would certainly make life simpler for people
switching lines at this point.
would also reduce some of the pavement congestion on the mainline
station's Putney High Street frontage.
was a scheme two or three years ago which Railtrack rejected.
The proposal however has not gone away and the council is
continuing to press for a solution.
Having completed the successful refurbishment of Putney leisure
centre the council is now in discussions with local people
on improvements to the Roehampton recreation centre.
Laverstoke Gardens facilities are wedged onto a narrow site
but there is space alongside that could accommodate a fitness
centre and perhaps an indoor children's play area.
have put up some drawings up at the centre showing what we
think is possible - if you are one of the 20,000 people a
year who use the facilities why not have a look at the plans
on your next visit - and let us know what you think.
Lots of activity on Putney Embankment this week with the sea
cadets set to move back into their newly refurbished premises
at Ashlone Wharf.
difficult to appreciate from the outside the sheer scale of
the changes that have gone on inside.
result is a terrific improvement in the accommodation for
both the sea cadets and the youth river club who will move
in after the summer.
the time the final bills have been paid the scheme will have
cost around £400,000 - this represents a substantial
investment by the council in river-based facilities for the
borough's young people.
Leader of the Council
can contact Edward Lister at the Town Hall on 0208 871 6041
or by email at email@example.com
impact of government housing policy, crime and news on Richmond
Cllr Lister's Diary .
Surgeries - a new ways to meet your councillor plus the Leader
expresses his concerns over the news of gun crimes in Putney
..... Cllr Lister's Diary
celebrations, the 3 star service offered by Social Services
and name change for Lavatory Gardens ...Cllr
state of the NHS in Putney and the fight against night flights
....Cllr Lister's Diary
saftey - especially around schools and Neighbourhood watch
.... Cllr Lister's diary
TAX DODGERS DRYBURGH RD DEVELOPMENT ROBIN HOOD GATE AND NIGHT
cheer, wharf worries and Richmond Park relief - Cllr
Lister speaks against the Dryburgh Rd plans, the threat
of clsing Pen Ponds to traffic and litter.
Postal Service, Richmond Park and Council Tax changes are
all on Cllr Lister agenda.
Lister comments on the current planning furore, pigeon
mess, cctv and policing.
Lister writes on Pensioners Freedom Passes, good news
re Hotham School, development progress at Ashlone
Wharf and aircraft noise from Heathrow
visit to the Leisure Centre was less than enjoyable - see
Lister writes on the new school for the area, housing development
Lister writes on developments at the Putney School of Art
& Design, The Leisure Centre and the excellent league
results for local schools.
Colman MP for Putney speaks about current local issues