General Meeting Report, 26th Sept 2012

Annual General Meeting held on 26 September 2012 at Grace Baptist Church Hall, Park Ridings

Copies of the chair’s annual report were circulated to all present, discussed and accepted.

The treasurer gave a full verbal report that was accepted. The accounts have been audited and show a small profit over the year.

A new committee of residents who represent all the streets in the association was agreed.

The full report is available on the website

The community gardening project has grown and thrived. There is now a mural on the shopping city wall and a plaque in the lavender garden. More volunteers are needed . We meet on:

the first Saturday of every month from 10am -noon.

Please join us.


A Haringey environmental officer was recently escorted round the neighbourhood by a resident who pointed out places where there is dumped and uncollected rubbish. It is not necessary to dump furniture etc. It can be collected free.


Phone 020 8885 7700 to arrange free collections of large items or report dumped rubbish


Issues to be addressed over the coming year include:


  1. Lack of progress in traffic management in Hornsey Park Road
  2. Campaign to improve the pavement under the railway bridge in Hornsey High Street as money has been allocated to Haringey by Network Rail.
  3. The level of parking restrictions in our streets.



You can make your views known via the website and by attending the general meetings.

Your involvement can improve the neighbourhood for us all.

agm sept 2012

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