Welcome Alexandra Road

At a packed AGM, residents voted in favour of Alexandra Road formally joining the association (although the association has represented the road for more than 10 years). Two residents agreed to join the Committee as representatives of the road. The association will now be able to develop ideas on how to address residents concerns. Suggestions made at the AGM included: what can be done to reduce noise and anti-social behaviour coming down from the High Road, speeding traffic, the need for one way traffic along the full length of the road and how we might get more trees planted. We look forward to meeting more residents from Alexandra Road and taking these and any other ideas forward.

One comment on “Welcome Alexandra Road”

  1. I live in alexandra road and have been developing the neighbourhood watch. Perhaps you can put the 2 local alexandra road reps in touch with me. regards jj


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