Welcome to the official website of the Emerson Park & Ardleigh Green Residents’ Association

UNITY IN THE COMMUNITY

We represent the interests of the local people. You can use this site to find out about EPAGRA  and meetings, current events & planning, and to view information about the local area.

News & Events

Garage Break Ins in Ernest Road

7 November 2019
   Garage Break-ins in Ernest Road
A resident has informed us that there have been a 2 garages broken into in Ernest Road during the last couple of weeks.Please be aware of this and contact the police if you see anything suspicious.
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Christmas Bazar

28 October 2019

Meetings

NEXT MEETING

 

The  date for  the next meeting is Thursday  5th December    2019 at 8pm.. All EPAGRA members are welcome to come along and find out what’s happening in your area.

About EPAGRA

About EPAGRA

Your Resident's Association

As a member of EPAGRA you are one of some 3,000 member households in our area. Your Association is run by a Committee under the guidance of an elected chairman. Essentially the Association is a pressure group that has no alliance with any party political or religious group. We seek justice, fair play and a voice to be heard for our members on matters relating to planning issues, local council policy, public transport, highway maintenance and other matters that affect local residents.

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Latest Planning News

Planning Matters September 2019

The following planning items are the same as at our last meeeting, with no further progress since then.

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View the planning page for all items under consideration

Policing Matters

County Park Estate Residents.

It has come to the attention of local police officers that some residents are not reporting crimes correctly and through the appropriate channels that will ensure they get the best police service that can be offered.  It is imperative that in an emergency you should call 999, for example when the suspect is on scene, or has recently left.  In cases where it is not an emergency, for example for something that happened a few hours ago, a couple days ago etc., please call 101, alternatively this can be done online using the Met Police website, or by going to your nearest police station, Romford.

The ward mobile phone, 0208 721 2512, should not be used to report emergencies or crimes, it can be used as a last resort, or if you would like a home visit, crime prevention, or things along those lines.

Should you have any queries please don’t hesitate to call PC ED ZOLTAN on 0208 721 2512. Or email [email protected]

 

Regards

PC 2176EA ZOLTAN

 

View the Policing page for all items under consideration