Category Archives: Ravensbury

RA Meeting on Wednesday, 18th July 2018

At this week’s RA meeting we’ll be welcoming Natasha Irons, the newly elected Labour councillor for Ravensbury. If you fancy popping by at 7pm in the residents room on Ravensbury Grove. We have the significant problem of Stephen Alambritis supporting the 4 storey blocks of flats along Ravensbury Grove and not listening to residents, so maybe this is a good time to speak your mind.


Meeting tonight at 7pm

We’ll have our fortnightly meeting tonight at 7pm in the meeting hall on Ravensbury Grove. If you have any repairs and maintenance issues or regen issues, please come along. Everyone’s welcome.

RA meeting tonight at 7pm

Don’t forget we have our RA meeting tonight at 7pm. It’s in the meeting hall on Ravensbury Grove.

We’ll be discussing why 3 local residents have decided to stand for election this year. Ready to listen to everyone’s opinions on what needs to change at Merton Council too. 

The usual repairs problems and regen shenanigans will be on the table as ever!

See you there.

Local Residents for Ravensbury – 3rd May 2018 local elections

Three local residents will be standing for election as independent councillors in the coming local elections on 3rd May 2018.

Tracy Wilson, Mark Gale & Christopher Holt have all chosen to stand, so that residents are properly represented in Merton Council.

You will have 3 votes in the coming election, so you now have the option of voting for local residents instead of the actual parties themselves.

You can follow their Twitter accounts: @TracyRavensbury @MarkGale @RavensburyChris

Last day to respond to Ravensbury Regen plans! See our newsletter attached.

Don’t forget that today is your last day to respond to the Merton regen proposals. No matter what your opinion might be, we would encourage you to respond to the overall design as it will change Ravensbury forever if it goes through unchallenged.

The scale of the development is immense for the area and it appears that there will not be any more social housing provision than there currently is. Ravensbury Estate is next to the River Wandle so all these extra buildings and paving areas will serve to further compromise our area in the middle of a flood zone. Plenty of trees also will be removed both inside the regen area and outside.

Hengelo Gardens and Ravensbury Grove will significantly change if these proposals go unchallenged.

The 4 storey blocks of flats proposed along Ravensbury Grove will significantly change the character of Ravensbury so please write into:Ā  – Quote Ref 17/P1718

Good luck!

Ravensbury Residents Association