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Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House

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We have been experiencing some disturbance -- from mild to extreme -- in the communal green/pond space behind the community centre. This ranges from groups of office workers who come to eat their…Continue

 

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GLE Website Comms Team replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"Hi Emily, Brian You may want to respond to Tim Godsmark's post http://www.goldenlaneestate.org/forum/topics/future-ideas?xg_source=activity He is chair of GLERA"
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Emily L. replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"Thanks for this info, Merry! We're still new to the site and not quite sure where to find things. I'll be sure to contact the GLERA chair. Thanks also for the welcome, and hope to meet you sometime!  Best,  Emily and Brian "
Dec 3
Merry Monk replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"Hi Emily you can contact the chair of the residents association by clicking on Gera at the top of the site then on glera again. It lists his contact details. Welcomd by the way we are in Bowater "
Dec 3
Emily L. replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"Hi Merry,  Glad to hear this was discussed, and I'm sorry not to have been there: we didn't know about any conversation happening or would have happily taken part. The signs in the pond area explicitly say 'for use of residents…"
Dec 3
Emily L. replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"Hi Merry,  Glad to hear this was discussed, and I'm sorry not to have been there: we didn't know about any conversation happening or would have happily taken part. The signs in the pond area explicitly say 'for use of residents…"
Dec 3
Merry Monk replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"I don’t think the Private in this sense means it is private to residents. I think it’s just private property of the corporation. Is you look at Barbican Estate public thoroughfares e.g. between the tube and the podium , it’s…"
Dec 3
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Iain Meek replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"One for GLERA and our Common Councillors to take up?  "our service charges should dramatically be reduced if they want it used by the public" Has anyone seen a breakdown between costs for maintaining the landscape v the buildings?"
Nov 20
Maria Elizabeth Prior replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"Hello Iain.  If the Corporation choose not to enforce their 'This is a private Estate', then there is little point in them stating it is, and, therefore, our service charges should dramatically be reduced if they want it used by the…"
Nov 19
Iain Meek replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"One of the great problems of all Modernist estates is the provision of semi-public spaces.   Our freeholder, the Corporation, chooses not to enforce their 'This is a private estate, for residents's use only'. Solutions might…"
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Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House

We have been experiencing some disturbance -- from mild to extreme -- in the communal green/pond space behind the community centre. This ranges from groups of office workers who come to eat their lunch there on a regular basis, and who will often sit in the private garden areas just outside of the flats (these spaces we maintain ourselves, and are full of plants and flowers), even when asked not to do so. These groups of people make quite a lot of noise and also frequently are smokers, who…See More
Nov 12
Emily L. replied to Emily L.'s discussion Non-resident use of communal green/pond space outside Bayer House
"Thanks for your welcome, Hussain! We're really happy here; it's a lovely community and a great place to live. That said! Issues with the green space by the pond continue. I think the points and ideas you have raised in terms of reasons for…"
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