I’ve written several times about Balham on this blog, largely the negative news surrounding the closures of Woolworths and Marks and Spencers.
There is a bit of a fashion for things like Recovery.gov and realhelpnow.gov.uk (although the latter apparently only includes Labour Party ‘help’) and I wonder whether I should offer recovery.jamescousins.com.
The overall scheme, which has been in development since 2007, it too expensive for the council to undertake alone, but elements of it can be done.
The closure of Balham’s Marks and Spencer has left a lot of local residents puzzled about why M&S have decided to axe what is seemingly a busy and successful store.
Many may find it odd that this blog doesn’t contain a single mention of the Clapham Junction planning application, often referred to as the ‘twin towers’.
Upper Tooting Road Last night I attended a meeting of the St John’s Hill traders to discuss the use of A-boards on the street outside their shops.
I have already blogged about our Northcote Road plans so was pleased that these were agreed at the Regeneration and Community Safety OSC on Wednesday night.