Archive for the ‘Park Side’ Category

Attempted abduction of teenager in Parkside

by Mary Burstow on 29 June, 2015

Police are appealing for information after a man attempted to grab a 16-year-old girl by the arm and pull her into a car in Parkside, Cheam on Friday, 26 June between 13:50-14:03hrs. The girl was walking towards The Broadway when a man approached. He tried to grab her arm and pull her towards a black […]

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Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 7 April, 2015

Planning for the 2015 Cheam Charter Fair is now well underway.  The event will be on Saturday 16th May and will start with the children of St Dunstans School reading out the Charter.  The Church Bells of St Dunstans Church will then ring out the fair. As a Councillor, I am involved in the planning […]

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Keep Clear Sign for Park Side

by Mary Burstow on 23 December, 2014

Sutton Council have now installed the painted Keep Clear signs on Cheam Broadway, making it much easier for residents in Park Side and Park Lane to pull out onto Cheam Broadway.  The new signs are a reminder to drivers to stop and let cars out at the junction Residents had found in the past that […]

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Keep Clear Signs for Park Side

by Mary Burstow on 16 September, 2014

I am very pleased to report that at Thursdays Area Committee meeting, it was agreed to install “Keep Clear” signs at the junction of Park Side and the Broadway.  This will make it easier for residents to turn right out onto The Broadway.  

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Parkside now has new road signs

by Mary Burstow on 19 May, 2014

  For many years, you would have to be Sherlock Holms to know that Parkside was called Parkside.  The road sign was on HSBC Bank and was almost invisible. I raise the issue with Sutton Council, who have now orded and installed new street signs for both the top and bottom of the road.  This […]

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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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Improving the signage in Parkside

by Mary Burstow on 7 November, 2013

I was contacted by constituents, who pointed out that Parkside does not have any name plates.  After walking up and down, I could not spot any either!! Sutton Council have now ordered two name plates for the top and bottom of the road.  They pointed out that there is in fact a very rusty one, […]

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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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Beautiful Lampost in Parkside

by Mary Burstow on 23 September, 2013

Sometimes you spot something beautiful and unexpected.  Like this metal plate, which has been put onto a Lampost in Parkside, Cheam.  I can only guess it must once have been on a lamp post in Soho or Leicester Square and it was removed from there, when they did all the construction work to Leicester Square.  […]

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