Broomwood Community Association Meeting
21st July 2003
Alan Bailey - IVHA Veta Gordon - IVHA Marie Toboni - TMBC Housing Officer
Councillor J Brophy Lindsey Howard - TMBC
Sonia Cubrillo – Louise Williams - Debbie Gorman – Dave Cooper – Ingrid Gaskell – Munaver Rasul –
Rae Gerrard – Graham Stringer – Annette – Mrs Daintree – Man from ATC – Sandra W
of last meeting
Agreed as correct by Cath W and seconded by Sharon G.
3. Matters arising
a. Encouraged people to get involved in Broomwood Health walk on 23rd July 2003
b. Beech tree on Dee Avenue under review by TMBC after referral by Joe S.
c. Damaged telephone covers on Dee Ave need addressing – Being pursued by Grant M
d. Motorbike problems – Councillor J Brophy spoke about e-mail from PC Gerrard around this issue.
New law allowing confiscation of bikes should address this issue but is still to be brought in to operation.
Watch this space.
e. Request received to advertise gym in newsletter.
f. Mr & Mrs Leigh talked about her fall on the dangerous pavements around the pub area.
Marie Toboni to see if it is TMBC land and, if so, will highlight issue to dept concerned.
g. Joe S highlighted problem around asbestos in his house and Marie T agreed to investigate.
h. Lindsey Howard (TMBC) spoke about event in Broomwood woods over the summer.
4. Broomwood Partnership minutes
These were not available
5. Community Development Worker report
Vincent presented his report and it was well received. No issues arising
Neighbourhood Partnership – no report
7. State of certain gardens
Issues around scruffy gardens were discussed and the possibility of a tool bank but high insurance premiums mean this is not viable currently. Alan Bailey agreed to give attention to IVHA tenants gardens.
Broomwood Public House
9. Fire in Flat on Estate
With a fire in a flat recently on the Estate a question was asked about the turnaround of empty flats. Marie T assured us that on Broomwood this is done in about 7 days. This was recognised as being very quick.
10. Benches from the bungalow development
benches currently held by IVHA – no news
11. Poor paths and disabled access issues
Public footpaths and disabled Access around Windsor gardens path to Wythenshawe was raised again. Councillor Brophy agreed to investigate. It was requested that we invite a rep from highways to discuss around disabled.
12. Any other business
Question – Are there any gates going on the new car park at the Youth Centre?Question – Can a dog bin be placed near the Redbrook Road office?
13. Date of next meeting
- Monday 29th September 2003
reformatted by BCA into HTML September 2003