Parking in areas without restrictions: overparking causing problems for residents.
Our environment: parks, green spaces, community gardens, streets, flytipping, litter, dog fouling, neglected or empty buildings.
Community services: community centre and community events.
Antisocial behaviour and crime: misuse of bikes, noise, drug dealing.
Transport links and accessibility of railway stations in the ward.
The assembly fund is now open for applications from local groups and organisations.
Your proposal should reflect one or more of our priorities (listed above) that were identified by residents, community groups and local businesses.
We are looking for proposals that will help improve our local living environment and make Lee Green a safer, cleaner and greener place to live, work and learn.
We also want proposals that seek to create development opportunities for Lee Green residents.
There is £12,500 available.
In addition a locality fund of £2,500 known as the councillors' discretionary fund is also available for community activities or projects of a one-off nature (application form below). Projects proposed for this fund do not need to meet one of the assembly priorities but must benefit or enhance local community.
The money could be used to:
start up a project
support a group to develop new activities
support a larger project that has secured funding from other sources.
Read the important information on page seven of the form and the funding guidance document.
Download and complete the application form below and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submitting all application is 5pm on Friday 7 September 2018.
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