Archive for the ‘Pond Hill Gardens’ Category

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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What is happening on the Malden Road?

by Mary Burstow on 27 August, 2014

I have been asked by a number of constituents what is happening regarding the land next to the Tool Hire shop on the Malden Road.  As a Ward Councillor, I had heard nothing, so contacted Sutton Councils Planning dept.  They told me: “We are aware that there has been some activity on this site and […]

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Stopping Speeding on Malden Road

by Mary Burstow on 12 June, 2014

On Monday morning, I joined police, who were out stopping drivers speeding on Malden Road.  They stopped six drivers for speeding.  All were local.  All knew about the accidents on the Malden road and didn’t think they were driving too fast. One was a parent from St Dunstans, another a parent from Cheam Fields and […]

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What is happening on the Malden Road?

by Mary Burstow on 3 June, 2014

I have been contacted by residents, asking if I know what is happening to land next to 61 Malden Road All I do know is that a developer has not yet put in any planning applications.  That said, the removal of the Ash Trees, before anyone can make a fuss and try to put a […]

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Mickleham Gardens Update

by Mary Burstow on 1 March, 2014

I have just had an update from officers, regarding the Parkside development in Mickleham Gardens.  I am told: We are currently on programme to complete Block 3 on 13 June, Block 2 on 4 July and Block 1 on 18 September. However the recent severe rainfall has delayed the external ground/ landscaping works so these […]

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With only twelve months to go, before the first person moves into the new Elizabeth House, Viridian are holding an afternoon tea at Cheam Library on Thursday 20th June 2pm – 4pm. There will be a mixture of properties for people over 55 to both rent and purchase.  They will be one and two bedroom apartments. […]

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Memories of Pond Hill Gardens

by Mary Burstow on 17 June, 2013

  I received a wonderful email from John Callcut, a past resident in Cheam.   “Last Tuesday I drove through Cheam with my cousin and we had a nostalgic visit to our old home at Pond Hill Gardens. I lived at no 16 and my cousin at no. 17. We moved in when they were brand new and […]

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Mickleham Gardens – Work is progressing

by Mary Burstow on 13 May, 2013

Why is Cllr Pritchard covering his eyes and what is my husband Paul telling the photographer to do?  Things you only notice, once the picture is taken!! On Saturday morning, whilst I was picking up litter with Cheam Baptist Church, Paul and my fellow ward Cllrs were visiting the Mickleham Gardens building site.  They were […]

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Demolition Work to start at Mickleham Gardens

by Mary Burstow on 30 July, 2012

I am sure you will have seen the green hoarding going up around properies in Mickleham Gardens and Pond Hill Gardens.  This is all a part of Sutton Councils plan to knock the existing housing down and provide new affordable homes for older people and vulnerable adults. The existing homes were build in the 1960’s […]

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Elizabeth House – Permission Granted

by Mary Burstow on 16 December, 2011

I am very pleased to report that planning permission has been granted to rebuild Elizabeth House.  The formal wording is as follows: A2011/65061/FUL&      1                    Development of Elizabeth House and surrounding        AGTD  .GTD subject to 106 agreement             . N A2011/65075/CON                              buildings PARK LANE   Cheam   Demolition of Elizabeth House Park Lane, 1 – 32 Mickleham […]

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