We’re looking for new members to join the Vanbrugh Park Estate Residents’ Association.
We meet once a month to discuss issues around the estate.
If you’d like to help please email
email@example.com. Or come along to one of our meetings:
VPERA MAY MEETING
Tuesday 14 May 2019 7:30pm
68 Combe Avenue
Tuesday 18 June 2019 7:30pm
Tuesday 18 June 2019
Have your say on issues around the estate.
Saturday 13 July 2019
ESTATE SUMMER PARTY
Join us for food, drink and games below the tower. Everyone is welcome.
Saturday 31 August 2019
SEASIDE COACH TRIP
We’re currently gauging interest for a trip to Broadstairs in Kent.
Let us know if you’d like to come: text 07946 507303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We need your help to
reduce litter around the
estate and ensure our
recycling is effective.
DON’T CONTAMINATE YOUR RECYCLING
If you’re unsure whether an item can be recycled, take it to the waste bin.
DON’T LEAVE BINS OVERFLOWING
If a bin is full, take your items to another one on the estate.
DON’T LEAVE BULKY ITEMS LYING AROUND
Take bulky waste to the designated areas: outside the caretaker’s office and inside the bin store on the south-east corner of the estate.
Residents request introduction of speed bumps, CCTV by the garages and marked car spaces.
VPERA conduct estate-wide survey. 77 households respond, between 70–80% are not fussed or support each change.
VPERA discuss outcomes with Greenwich council. Their response:
We’ll update you on further developments online, via noticeboards and at the all-residents’ meetings.
We’ve updated the history section of this site with links to download two articles written about Vanbrugh Park Estate. Both were published in November 1965 – two years after building was completed – and feature many interesting photos of the estate at the time.
Resident Gillian Fairbanks has created a wonderful series of lino prints depicting three scenes around our estate.
To buy a set, contact Martina at 62 Combe Avenue or email email@example.com.
Designed by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon and completed in 1963, Vanbrugh Park Estate is set on seven acres with a mixture of dwelling types: an eight-storey tower block with 64 flats, low-rise terraced houses, and maisonettes arranged over garages