Current Committee Topics

Current topics being Discussed by the MRA Committee

Update 17;07;2018

  • Traffic in West Hallowes

    • Greenwich Council are looking at the problem and have gathered traffic flow data.
    • Representatives have addressed a Greenwich Council Meeting
  • Bromley Police Deficiencies

  • Mottingham Hall Nursery woodland activities

    • Directors of the nursery addressed the Committee and were able to reassure them that the best interests of both children and woodlands are prioritised.
  • Additional Names for War Memorial

    • Ownership of the memorial is uncertain.
  • Porcupine Development

    • Lidl have sponsored a traffic survey in Mottingham Road
    • Intending to submit a new planning application in June/July
  • Porcupine Consultation 

    • There had been a somewhat disappointing number of responses to the  survey requesting guidance as to how the MRA should proceed.  Votes were split roughly 50/50 between fighting any future planning application by Lidl and working with them to develop the site.

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Readers Comments (3)

  1. Re The Porcupine.
    I think that we should oppose the building of Lidl supermarket by any means available.
    The council needs to issue a compulsory purchase order to retain the Porcupine as a community asset.

    • Thank you for your comment.
      Please see new posting and update on Porcupine Consultation.

    • The porcupine is an eye sore and should be turned into a Lidl. Turn it into anything that will benefit the community and provide jobs for local residents.

      Area’s grow because of investments from larger companies and not from more Pubs.

      Cramming more housing int an already built up area is ridiculous. Look how bad it looks right by Mottingham station?

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