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Wcra strategy

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  • Following testing of the original framework – simplified it!
  • Following testing of the original framework – simplified it!
  • Following testing of the original framework – simplified it!
  • Following testing of the original framework – simplified it!
  • Following testing of the original framework – simplified it!
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    • 1. Waterside Close Residents Association Strategy Sept 2010 to Sept 2012
    • 2. To build community pride, spirit and develop Waterside Close as a great place to live in Greenwich.
      • Membership open to all residents of SE28 0GS
      • Membership £2 per person
      To safeguard and promote the interests of residents on housing and environmental issues To help improve living conditions, community facilities and services. To promote neighbourhood spirit and welcome new people to our community To provide a focus point and vehicle for collective action To inform residents of the events in Thamesmead Committee meet monthly on the 2 nd Sunday of the month October 10 th 2010 November 14 th 2010 December 12 th 2010 (general public meetings) January 9 th 2011 February 13 th 2011 March 13 th 2011 April 10 th 2011 May 8 th 2011 Committee meet monthly on the 2 nd Sunday of the month June 12th 2011 July 10 th 2011 August 14 th 2011 September AGM October 9 th 2011 November 13 th 2011 December 11 th 2011 January 8 th 2012 February 12 th 2012 March 11 th 2012 Committee meet monthly on the 2 nd Sunday of the month April 8 th 2012 May 13 th 2012 June 10 th 2012 July 8 th 2012 August 12 th 2012 September AGM Hold 2 landlord meetings per year (dates TBC)
    • 3. Strategic Aim Outcomes and Plans Raise the awareness of the work of WCRA within the close and gather feedback from residents Provide 2 way communication between residents and the committee to identify issues that should be worked on Build effective relationships with our MP, our councillors, Tilfen Land, Greenwich council, liquidators to improve the close To help improve living conditions, community facilities and services. Liase with the Safer neighbourhood teams and influence the police priorities for Thamesmead Act as a link for residents and any safety/security issues Introduce and develop a successful neighbourhood watch scheme and Environment Champions (through Cleansweep)
    • 4. Strategic Aim Outcomes and Plans Raise awareness of what’s on in Thamesmead through links with Trust Thamesmead community forum To welcome every new neighbour to the close and work to develop a programme of social events Develop a youth voice and plan activities to engage with young people from the close To promote neighbourhood spirit and welcome new people to our community Provide a safe environment for all residents to enjoy, grow and achieve To inform residents of the events in Thamesmead Identify ideas to bring the community together Build relationships with Trust Thamesmead and Thamesmead Youth Voice (TYV)
    • 5. Strategic Aim Outcomes and Plans Provide a collective voice in relation to issues affecting drains, health & safety and environmental issues Identify special projects and activities and work on behalf of residents to achieve a shared goal (no more than 3 projects at a time) Act as a link for residents and maintenance issues that involve the council To provide a focus point and vehicle for collective action To safeguard and promote the interests of residents on housing and environmental issues Engage and work with all landlords who own property on the close to ensure that the upkeep of properties are maintained To work with the council and resolve the issues that have been left by Calmont including the road and drains Develop a website and agree the best way to communicate to residents Plan fundraising activities
    • 6. Meet on the 2 nd Sunday of the month Hold a quarterly public meeting Your Committee Chair: Liz Simpson [email_address] Secretary: Spencer Musika [email_address] Secretary : Freda [email_address] Committee Members: Steve [email_address] Nike [email_address] Kalu [email_address] Treasurer: Felix [email_address] Deputy Chair: Ilda DeSouza [email_address]
    • 7. Sub committees Your Committee Special Projects : Issues around the road, drains and Barnham drive: Liz & David Simpson, Kalu, Steve, Youth & Social Felix & Nike, Marsha Environment & Maintenance : Ilda & Kalu Safer Neighbourhood and Neighbourhood Watch: Felix & Emmanuel Fundraising: TBC Communication and website TBC TBC TBC TBC
    • 8. Our key Partners Your Committee The Councillors and MP: Theresa Pearce Peter Brookes Jackie Smith Peter Kotz Safer Neighbourhood: Sergeant Noel mmmmm Liquidators Due to the bankruptcy of Calmont Greenwich Council: Gill Ackroyd – council officer working with us to resolve issues re: road etc Trust Thamesmead: Roz Williams (Community Support Officer) Gallions Housing Association London City Airport