Planting locations update

See the latest plan for locating flower beds on the Estate which has been approved by the Council and Riney

Vpeg Flower Bed Location Plan 230814

VPERA Committee meeting minutes

The minutes of the VPERA Committee Meeting are now avaiable for download:

Vpera Minutes 11 07 23

Council Repairs

Click here for the Council repairs site

If you experience difficulty with this process please email

Update: RGB Estate Maintenance

On 1 Aug 2023, at 07:50, Andrew Eglinton wrote:

Good morning all,

Following drainage surveys / repairs to 1-19 Combe Mews I am writing to let you know that I am raising an order for our drainage contractor Hardy Drainage to carry out CCTV surveys to the rest of the estate, all blocks of houses and blocks 2-20 & 9-21.

The houses will be surveyed block by block basis only requiring access to the rear gardens / manholes.

I will be in touch in the very near future to schedule this work probably coming to site to carry out a door knocking exercise to update residents, arrange access etc, this is quite a big task and will try our best to work with all the residents to complete this work.

Any defects to the drainage systems identified from the surveys will be scheduled and repaired.

Paving the way

It would be difficult not to notice there's some work being carried out on the Estate.

A company called Riney is replacing the paving slabs.

You should receive a letter from the site supervisor, but here's a copy if you need it:

Riney Letter

Places to go, clubs to join

Our Gardening Club

The Gardening Club is working to improve the estate's shared spaces.

Thank you to everyone who came out over the weekend to plant lavender, vines and hawthorn, and to those watering plants and trees in the dry season.

If you'd like to get involved or have ideas for future projects, let us know in the estate WhatsApp or email

If you missed the all residents meeting where we discussed future plans, the presentation is saved below.

Download Here

Progress so far..

...and more

Bring and Buy

Two of our guests, Barbara Thorpe (Greenwich Council) and Sue Reynolds (St, John's) visit the Bring and Buy stall