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May 2011

Langley Court Meeting

Langley Court is a proposed new development on the adjacent land.

Over 100 people attended the Langley Court Community Planning Day on Saturday 21 May 2011 at the Pavilion, Langley Court to participate in creating a new Vision for the future of the site. The aim of the event was to bring together everyone with an interest in Langley Court and the surrounding neighbourhood to produce a practical Vision for its future.

Newsletter 1st May 2011 .
Langley Court Community Planning Day Flyer 25th May 2011

March 2011

Safer Neighbourhood Teams

Kelsey and Eden Park Safer Neighbourhood Panel Meeting

Held at Kelsey Park Sports College

On Thursday 31st March 2011

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Dec 2007

Our 24 hour security is second to none.

Two committee members were eye witnesses’ only a couple of weeks to a life threatening emergency at the lodge which was dealt with by Darren Creighton in a totally organised and controlled manner. If it had not been for Darren’s swift action the results could have been fatal and the committee cannot thank him enough for his assistance.

The politeness and ever smiling face of Ian Billerby is always on display and he should be commended for his long standing position with Langley Park.

We must all appreciate how are guards deal with the everyday bombardment of those trying to gain entry to our estate in the hope of easy pickings.

The hours are long and with the chill of winter upon us spare a thought for those that will be there to open and close those gates over the Christmas holidays.

Well Done and keep up the work.

March 2007

Safer Neighbourhood Teams

A fairly recent initiative by the Mayor for London has seen the establishment of Safer  Neighbourhood Teams (SNT’s) across London. Our local team covers Kelsey Park and  Eden Park ward and meets regularly to discuss various matters and agree on strategies to combat crime in this area.

At the last SNT meeting on 13th March, I mentioned our incident with graffiti appearing along Bucknall Way As there has been a rise in graffiti across our area, our SNT has decided that this will be one of the police priorities over the next few weeks.

You may have read of the rising incidents of vehicle number plate theft over recent months. Although this trend is dropping, the police advise that you glue the number plate in place rather than relying on the usual two screws.

There has been a rise in vehicle break-ins to steal sat-nav equipment. One of the signs that a sat-nav may be hidden in a vehicle is the presence of the rubber stickers that are used to mount the sat-nav to the windscreen. The police advice is to take the sat-nav equipment with you.

I have asked the SNT to make patrols through the development on a regular basis as their presence is re-assuring and it will help them to acquaint themselves with our area and our residents. So if you see them, please take time to speak to them and welcome them.

Overall, the crime in our borough is lower than many London boroughs and our particular local area does not attract as much crime as other areas in the borough. This does not mean that we should be complacent. So if you see anything or anyone suspicious, either call 999 or the Safer Neighbourhood Team on 020 8721 2616 or 07920 233 846.

Kevin Bell

(LPRA)


 

November 2005

Thames Water are 'increasing the size of the storm drain'  -  between Langley and West Wickham. I believe this is to counter the flooding experienced in Wickam Way in recent years, but which should protect the houses in LP facing Wickham Way. See pictures below.
Simon Bance
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Langley Park - Picnic

Summer picnics at Langley Park

Langley Park - Christmas

Christmas at Langley Park

Langley Park

Recent report (Jan 2014) on what the Safer Neighbourhood Teams are doing in our area.