----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, July 21, 2003 11:31 PM
Subject: [HNA] Responses to Reaction to Proposals for the Holmewood Home
> Again apologies for duplication.
> Below are two emails from Cameron Martyn, the Lambeth project manager for
> the Home Zone and Eshwyn Prabu who is in overall charge of the Home Zone.
> I have to say that they contacted me today and we had a long and useful
> conversation. Still no ideal results but they are prepared to try. They
> asking for practical suggestions to answer the problems. I proposed several
> and agreed that the meeting should try and focus on this job. My first
> demand was the the two roads should be actively re-included in the Home
> Zone. They agreed that this was necessary.
> I the hope that we can keep the meeting tomorrow civil and focused on
> moving forward constructively, see you then
> Message from Cameron Martyn. Project Manager.
> thank you for the emails, there is obviously still much work to be done on
> the Homezone plans and I after reading the correspondence I can understand
> the frustration of some of the residents. I do hope Tuesday's meeting can
> constructive, and perhaps some further information/explanations on the
> proposals and the realisation that these works constitute the first stage
> (ie the traffic calming measures do not constitute the entire Homezone...)
> may be of some help.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Prabhu,Eshwyn" <__EPrabhu@lambeth.gov.uk>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: "Pearson,Caroline" <__CPearson@lambeth.gov.uk>
> Sent: Monday, July 21, 2003 11:23 AM
> Subject: FW: Reaction to Proposals for the Holmewood Home Zone
> > Dear Mr Law
> > Hope you are well. Thank you for your detailed correspondence.
> > Michael no longer works for Lambeth, so I am responding on behalf of
> > manager, Mr Tim Jackson, and will show him your correspondence upon
> > return to the office.
> > I understand the frustration experienced by the residents of Holmewood
> > Gardens and the surrounding area at the slow progress that has been
> > the Home Zone. There have also been a number of changes to the designs
> > the way. We have now got to the stage where if we do not proceed with
> > current tabled scheme we will not be able to take any action at the
> > location. We are under significant pressure to spend the funding and
> > clear designs for the first stage of the Home Zone; that is to install
> > traffic calming measures. No further funding is available at this
> > however the best likelihood to attract future funding is if some form
> > delivery can be shown.
> > The difficulty that we (as a Borough) face in seeking funding is our
> > of a variable level of performance on delivering schemes. Over the
> > this has improved and we are now in a better situation to attract
> > We have to attract funding in as there is no money from the borough
> > available (or likely to become available) to make significant
> > to this project. Our record is watched by our partners; if we do not
> > with some works on at least Phase 1 of the Home Zone then our partners
> > see this as a 'troubled' project and refuse any future funding.
> > we can show delivery of good traffic calming as a first step, we do
> > advantage of:
> > 1. showing delivery on the project
> > 2. showing that residents are in favour of measures being taken and
> > the scheme,
> > 3. and potentially of future schemes
> > The whole scheme is being installed under a process which allows all
> > residents to object to the operation of the scheme if they are
> > with the outcomes. Unfortunately we do not have the available funds to
> > include the roads you mention at this stage, and if we do nothing or
> > consultations again then we will not be able to proceed with the
> > do have planned, and there will be no benefit to any of the residents.
> > I have asked Cameron to explain the situation to all residents as it
> > critical. He will be attending tomorrow night to explain this. I have
> > him to bring along a few extra copies of the plans and pin one to the
> > for everyone to see - thank you for reminding me. There will be copies
> > available at this office but for now we do not have an unlimited
> > If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact me
> > number below.
> > Yours sincerely
> > Eshwyn Prabhu
> > Transport Policy Officer
> > Lambeth Transport
> > Tel.: 020 7926 0522
> > Fax.: 020 7926 2357
> > e mail: email@example.com
> > www.lambeth.gov.uk
> > 3rd Floor, Blue Star House
> > 234-244 Stockwell Road
> > Brixton
> > London SW9 9SP
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