What is Coney Hall Village Residents Association?

The Coney Hall Village Residents Association CHVRA was formed in 1938. We are non-political and run on a voluntary basis by local residents. We keep in touch with our members through a team of street representatives (road stewards) who deliver newsletters and this website, collecting subscriptions. Our Executive Committee (elected annually at our AGM) is happy to listen to concerns and comments on what is happening in the neighbourhood.

Our Aims in Coney Hall

Signage to Coney Hall Village

Our key aim is to preserve the character of our area and take up local issues that require pressure on housing in the south-east things are changing and the rate of change is increasing. One of the things that we do as an Association is to monitor planning proposals and raise objections to those that we consider inappropriate. Our voice is respected by the planning authorities with the majority of our objections being upheld.

Working together

As part of a network of residents associations that the London Borough of Bromley and others depend upon, we represent local views on local issues.

What we do

We act on behalf of Coney Hall Village residents. In particular we:

  • Fight undesirable planning development
  • Work to preserve and improve our local parks and open spaces
  • Act to resolve traffic, parking and road safety issues
  • Ensure that roads and footpaths are maintained and repaired
  • Combat vandalism, litter and graffiti
  • Liaise with our Community Police
  • Work with local Councillors, the London Borough of Bromley, and others who share our interests and objectives
  • Produce a twice-yearly newsletter in the Spring and Autumn
  • Provide a website information service
  • Hold open meetings on topics of local interest

The residents association exists to make sure that Coney Hall Village retains the atmosphere and attractions that made us all choose to settle here in the first place.

Why you should join

It is important that we maintain a high level of membership from within the Coney Hall area. If our voice is to be heard and if we are to put forward our case in the light of conflicting priorities, the more members, the stronger our voice.

Joining won’t break the bank! All we ask for is the subscription of £2 per household collected annually by our road stewards.

If you have any questions, or concerns about the Coney Hall area issues please contact any of the committee members or via our contact page.

You can also contact us via Twitter or Facebook