Page Green Residents Association

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    The Page Green Residents’ Association is for everyone who lives or works in the N15 areas of:
    Ashmont, Earlsmead , Pembroke, Colless, Townsend, Wakefield Roads, Page Green Terrace and Stephenson House (158 High Road).

    Our association has been meeting since September 2011. Our aim is to get to know each other, build a strong community, and to get our concerns heard by Haringey Council and the police. Our major priorities have been:

    • Broken and uneven pavements
    • Rubbish collection & fly tipping
    • The lack of green / play space
    • Growing violent street crime
    • Unlicensed HMOs (houses of multiple occupation) operating without planning permission
    • Empty houses
    • Street drinkers

    In the past year, we have been amazingly active and successful. We have:

    • Gone on a walk-about around our neighbourhood, making a list of outstanding problems and taking relevant pictures of our concerns. This document was sent to various Haringey departments and our councillors who are now dealing with many of our issues.
    • Started a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in our area
    • Built a closer relationship with the police, who have helped us tackle a number of problems such as prostitution in the area
    • Got empty houses investigated
    • Got rubbish removed and made a dent in fly tipping
    • Been asked to be on the Tottenham Gyratory Stakeholders’ Committee to input into the new two way system and re-landscape Ashmount Open Space on Broad Lane
    • Raised funds to improve Rangemoor Open Space (Planting on the 19th May 2013 & 13th April 2014)
    • Raised funds to put up a community notice board, which was installed in 2013
    • Raised funds for a community street mural (monthy worksessions are taking place now)
    • Put in an application to re-landscape the Page Green Open Space along the High Road
    • Helped prevent a Rave Club from opening in the area
    • Linked up with other Resident Associations in Haringey
    • Worked to access some Tottenham regeneration money for our neighbourhood (on going)
    • Got to know our neighbours and made friendships
    • Organised our first anniversary party, which was held in October 2012 – see above link 

    We are cleaning up the Rangemoor Open Space; a neglected litter-filled junction between estates. We have been working to improve the site and want to make the space look cared for by cleaning up and then planting low maintenance shrubs. They also aim to plant bulbs, put in seating, make signs to discourage litter and fly tipping and commission a local graffiti artist to create some art.

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