On 26th March at 8pm PWRA residents all got together to support the #clapforourcarers campaign to support the NHS and key workers across the country during the Coronovirus crisis.
We have been asked a number of times by residents about reporting antisocial behaviour. Any instances should be addressed to the Police in the first instance. The Metropolitan Police have recently provide guidance on this matter, including providing a new tool to report instances online:
Where antisocial behaviour relates to a property within Plymouth Wharf, we do ask that residents keep us informed by emailing email@example.com
We kindly ask that all tenants use heavy duty black bags for refuse, this will help reduce smell (all bin stores are experiencing this particularly in the recent hot weather), bags splitting open etc.
We notice lots of small plastic bags are being used to dispose of refuse on sites. Using proper refuse bags will help reduce smell in communal areas that are close to bin stores as well as help reduce flies and vermin.
These can be obtained from all supermarkets or online from Amazon:
We posted back in 2015 about concerns from air pollution from cruise ships at the proposed Enderby Wharf development planned across the river from Plymouth Wharf in Greenwich.
Debate continues on the subject with Radio 4 airing a 30 minute report on the subject this week.
You can sign the change.org petition here.
Tower Hamlets will be collecting real Christmas trees for recycling between 6th and 20th January. This will be at Plymouth Wharf on Wednesday 11th and 18th January.
If you wish your tree to be collected please leave outside the front of your property (houses), or by recycle bin areas (flats) before these dates.
Anything left after these dates will not be collected and we remind residents that PWRA is not responsible for removal of such items so residents will need to make their own arrangements for disposal.
More details can be found on the Tower Hamlets website.
A change.org petition has been set up by residents of Greenwich and the Isle-Of-Dogs, campaigning to reduce noise and pollution of the planned Enderby Cruise Terminal.
Under current plans, once completed the cruise terminal at Enderby Wharf – between the Cutty Sark and the O2 – will host cruise ships up to 240m long – without offering shore based electrical power.
Why does this matter? Well it’s likely to have a significant environmental impact both in terms of noise and pollution as ships will need to keep their engines powered up whilst docked.
So far the developers seem to have taken little consideration of local residents or even followed European Union directive 2012/33/EU that states:
“Air pollution caused by ships at berth is a major concern for many harbour cities when it comes to their efforts to meet the Union’s air quality limit values.
Member States should encourage the use of shore-side electricity, as the electricity for present-day ships is usually provided by auxiliary engines.”
You can sign the petition here. You can also comment on the application through Greenwich Council’s planning site.
We’ve had a number of complaints and issues recently about use of recycling bins around the development so here’s a gentle reminder.
Bins are located at both ends of the development by each block. If the nearest bin is full please use another bin or walk to one of the other recycling areas rather than stuffing more in and leaving the top of the bin open. Doing so just encourages rats and foxes.
Please be aware that the Yabsley recycling centre now insist on proof of ID and residency in Tower Hamlets before they will accept any rubbish. Drivers license or other recognised official photo ID and a corresponding utility bill will suffice.