Archive for the ‘Elizabeth House’ Category

All change for Elizabeth House and Park Lane

by Mary Burstow on 16 October, 2014

It is all change in Cheam, as demolition work on Elizabeth House is well underway.  It feels very odd to be walking down Park Lane and see sky to the north.  The residents who had been living in Elizabeth House are all now living in the new flats in Mickleham Gardens.  They were given first […]

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I am very pleased that part one of the Elizabeth House building scheme has now been completed. The old bungalows in Mickleham Gardens and Pond Hill Gardens have been pulled down and replaced with beautiful state of the art properties.  The residents of Elizabeth House have now moved in.   Elizabeth House is now boarded […]

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Solving the lighting problem in Park Lane

by Mary Burstow on 31 August, 2014

A knock on effect of the hoarding having gone up around Elizabeth House, is the poor lighting in Park Lane.  There is only one street lamp and that is it!  The builders have promised to put lighting up on the hoarding, but at the moment this has not happened. Walking down Park Lane, late at […]

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Parkside Sheltered Housing in Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 1 April, 2014

On Saturday, Paul and I joined local residents looking around the almost completed Parkside Sheltered Housing development in Cheam Village.  The flats should be ready by June.  They are just amazing and such an improvement on the old bungalows which were at Mickleham Gardens. Each flat has a large sitting room and bedroom.  They have […]

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When is Parkside, not Parkside

by Mary Burstow on 3 November, 2013

I have been contacted by a number of constituents, who were worried that we would have two Parksides in Cheam.  Parkside Road and Parkside housing development. I checked with Sutton Council Officers and they confirmed that Parkside housing development is just a marketing name.  Once the buildings are completed they will be called: Bethell Court, […]

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Work on Parkside, Sheltered Housing is continuing well

by Mary Burstow on 2 October, 2013

On Saturday, I visited the new Sheltered Housing Development “Parkside”, with a number of local residents to see how it was going.  The shell of one building is now almost completed, whilst clearly the other buildings are a “work in progress” The views of Cheam Park Allotments from the second and third floors are amazing.  […]

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Obsolete No Parking Sign

by Mary Burstow on 16 September, 2013

I am guessing that this “No Parking” sign in Cheam Park, overlooking Parkside Road and the new Parkside development is rather obsolete.  Especially as road now has a padlocked gate at both the top and bottom. I have therefore written to Sutton Council and asked them to remove it.

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The New Parkside in Cheam Village

by Mary Burstow on 2 September, 2013

Work is continuing on the building the New Parkside in Cheam Village. For anyone interested in either buying or renting a property, please contact Viridian at: http://parksidecheam.co.uk/ or ring: 0800 012 1442

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Elizabeth House – What is the latest?

by Mary Burstow on 27 July, 2013

I have just received an update on Elizabeth House, which I thought worth passing on: “Work is progressing well and the completion date of June 2014 is on track. “The existing residents have now been allocated their new flats in Blocks 2 or 3, and have also selected their kitchen finishes including work surface/ door […]

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Elizabeth House – Names on the blocks

by Mary Burstow on 3 July, 2013

As the building of Elizabeth House is becoming more visable, I wondered what the four building blocks were going to be called.  I was told: Block 1  Travers Court (19th Century artist) Block 2  Fitznell Court (Manor of Fytznolles) Block 3  Bethell Court (Family who owned Cheam Park Estate) Block 4  Elizabeth House (in memory […]

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