Pub in the Park – Update

The application made by Brand Events TM Limited for a premises licence to be granted under the Licensing Act 2003 in respect of the premises known as Pub in the Park, Dulwich Park, College Road, London SE21 7EB be granted in part as follows for
one three-day event in 2020 with a maximum capacity of 4,999 and the following hours:
• Friday 3 July 2020: 17:00 to 23:00 (one session)
• Saturday 4 July 2020: 11:00 to 23:00 (three sessions)
• Sunday 5 July 2020: 11:00 to 19:30 (two sessions)
Live Music to conclude at 22:30 on Friday and Saturday and 19:00 on Sunday.
Sale of alcohol to conclude at 22:15 on Friday and Saturday and 18:45 on Sunday. This decision is accompanied in customary Southwark Council style by a raft of 90 conditions, including several regulating noise levels. These are to be kept below 67dB LAeq.


The Applicant has already intimated that they may appeal.

Have you witnessed a driving offence in Dulwich?

Have you seen someone committing a road traffic offence in Dulwich – such as driving dangerously or using their mobile phone?

You can report this here: https://www.met.police.uk/ro/report/rti/rti-a/report-a-road-traffic-incident/

*** Please note that police cannot deal with parking issues. Report these to the local council here: https://www.southwark.gov.uk/parking/report-a-parking-enforcement-issue ***

This report goes to our central traffic investigations team who will review it and take enforcement action where appropriate, from sending a warning letter all the way through to prosecuting them at court.

Please note that for police to investigate you must be able to tell us the number-plate of the vehicle and you must have either video/dash-cam footage (best) or 1+ independent witnesses. It must be done as soon as possible (within 10 days at the latest) and you must be willing to attend court to give evidence if required.

If you wish to report a specific area where driving issues regularly occur please email details to your local ward team who will try to patrol the area. They need to know specific times/days it occurs.

Dulwich Village – SNTMD-.DulwichVillage@met.police.uk

Dulwich Wood – dulwichwood.snt@met.police.uk

Dulwich Hill – SNTMD-.DulwichHill@met.police.uk

Goose Green – SNTMD-.GooseGreen@met.police.uk

Our Healthy Streets: Dulwich

The following is taken from Southwark Council’s web site. Please click on the link at the bottom of this article to go to the Southwark Council web site.

 

Recent projects and engagement with residents in the Dulwich area have shown a common theme – there’s too much traffic in the area – and this is having an adverse effect on local life.

We want to work with residents to address these concerns about traffic volume and its impact on the community.

Recent projects and engagement with residents in the Dulwich area have shown a common theme – there’s too much traffic in the area – and this is having an adverse effect on local life.

We want to work with residents to address these concerns about traffic volume and its impact on the community.

  • streets in the Dulwich Village area carry much higher than the average traffic on similar residential streets in the borough
  • in the peak hours some residential streets are carrying more traffic than major A-roads.
  • the peak hours are between 7am to 10am and 3pm to 8pm. This unusual traffic pattern shows that traffic using the area includes significant volumes of commuter traffic
  • the pollution profile shows that air pollution is worse between 7am to 10am and 3pm to 7pm
  • there are very high numbers of pupils crossing the roads during the peak hours
  • over 7000 through journeys are made in the area in a typical day. They enter and exit the neighbourhood within less than 10 to 15 minutes

Go to Southwark Council web site