Category: Estate Management

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Survey of Riser Pipes – Bateman & Cruden

Following on from the survey of the riser pipes in Cornish House, which included some invasive cut-outs being taken and sent away for analysis, it was agreed that further investigations […]

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Major Works & Heating Upgrades

Major works planned on communal heating system The Brandon communal heating system was installed circa 1986, and some elements of it are now 35 years old. Internally within the flats […]

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Housing Revenue Account 2022/23 Budget Consultation

Every year Southwark Council consults residents on the headline elements of its proposed Housing Revenue Account (HRA) budget for the forthcoming year.  This year the budget includes proposals for rises […]

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Resident Survey – Maddock Way Shopping Parade Improvements

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey about improvements on Maddock Way.   Survey link – Click here to complete the survey Please include any comments that you […]

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High Street Recovery Fund – Decision Outcome

We are pleased to announce that we have secured the full £25,000 grant funding that we applied for. This funding will be used as match funding towards the ideas that […]

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Maddock Way Regeneration

The TRA has been working with the Great Estates team to develop some ideas to improve Maddock Way. Ideas suggested so far have included the addition of seating & planting, […]

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Junior Gardening Area

Brandon Junior Gardening & Eco Club In June 2021 Brandon TRA decided to develop an unused corner of the playground beside the Jack Hobbs club into a Junior Gardening & […]

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CGS Funding – Damaged Wooden Planters

Back in 2009, LB Southwark installed 22 wooden raised bed planters  to effectively ring fence the (Grade 1 listed) Henry Moore “Recining Figure No 3′ and protect it from the […]

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Murals and Public Art on the Brandon

Probably best known for the Henry Moore, Reclining Figure No. 3,  The shopping parade had a (now lost) mural celebrating the Chartists Kennington connection by Anthony Holloway, there were other […]

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Refurbishment of Maddock Way

For far too long Maddock Way has been the most neglected part of the Brandon. It has continually fallen between two stools, residing on Housing land, yet the units are […]

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