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  • TNRA news November 2019

    Opposition to traffic proposals • AST leases – TNRA keeps up pressure on Trinity House and KF! • KF poor management performance • New Estate Office manager, new gardening contractors • Knight Frank questionnaire about Trinity Villager • TNRA Pub Quiz Champions 2019

  • TNRA opposes Council traffic proposals

    TNRA Chair Tim Horsler has written to the Council opposing banning the left turn into Harper Road from Borough High Street. This measure was unanimously rejected by over 50 residents at a public meeting organised by TNRA on 21 October 2019

  • TNRA news October 2019

    KF estate survey • Local crime • Tent in TCS • Plans to make Trinity Village a Low Traffic Neighbourhood • Autumn newsletter

  • TNRA news September 2019

    Estate management matters • Update on new AST leases • New Mainstay manager for long leasehold properties • LB Southwark trees consultation

  • TNRA news August 2019

    Crime, security, safety, estate management and service • Gardens in the squares • Empty properties • Long leaseholders and Mainstay • Foxes, back gardens, kitchen waste and related matters • Dickens Square redevelopment • King’s Place redevelopment • Volunteers needed! • ASTs

  • TNRA news November 2017

    Traffic in Harper Road proposals • Police station counter closures • Filming

  • TNRA news October 2017

    Noise in Swan Street redevelopment • Filming • Work in the gardens • Long leaseholder update

  • TNRA news September 2017

    Disney comes to Trinity Village • Southwark Council's new "Area Vision" for Swan Street and Cole Street • Harper Road/Swan Street development – continuing problems

  • TNRA news August 2017

    Discussions with Capita about fire safety, mice and gardens • Poor performance by Mainstay for long leaseholders • Swan Street/Harper Road redevelopment: problems with traffic and noise

  • TNRA news July 2017

    TNRA helps assured tenants to minimise rent increases • Key fob entry system for entry to square gardens is introduced • Consultation on redevelopment of Dickens Square begins

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