Welcome to the website of the Southfield Park Triangle Residents' Association. The Association covers the residents of the ten roads east of the park and north of Southfield Road, including one side of Southfield Road, London W4. You can find the full list and details of our aims and further information in the About us section.
Its the AGM!!! Saturday 6 May and as usual, in the Scout Hut starting at 09.45 for teas and coffees - see you there for all the news and gossip!
Our work is nearly finished - come to the AGM to see the decoration and the new kitchen - you can't see the new wiring though!! @14thActonForest
If you have not quite managed to send us the subs ... please do!! Prices @ £5 per home / £2 for senior neighbours. By all means, pay your subs directly from your bank. We just need a reference to identify you e.g. "Gre 34" or "4Salt" . Here are our account details SPTRA online account - account number: 01253888 / sort code: 30-92-01
The tunnel building starts in the Autumn and although, strictly the project is still under some legal scrutiny, if all goes according to plan, building will start on the whole project and at the Acton Storm Tanks end in the Autumn of 2017. The Acton site's contribution to the project is expected to take around 3.5 years. For local residents, work will be permitted during the week, 08.00 to 18.00 and on Saturdays, 08.00 to 13.00. To begin with most of the work will be related to site preparation and assembly of machinery (just at the end near where Hatfield Road joins Greenend Road. and the construction of the tunnel will follow until early in the second year. During this first 15 or so months is when there is expected to be most of the earth excavation and vehicle traffic. All the vehicles will be on and off site from the same (North West) corner travelling (it is believed) in one direction down Warple Way and up Stanley Gardens. During the tunnel lining phases (probably from 12 to 15 months into the work or, say, late 2018/early 2019) most of the work will be underground.
There are now 46 Neighbourhood Watch coordinators in Southfield - the largest number for any London Ward.
A website has been set up on the original group of houses, in Alexandra, St George's and Hatfield Roads, and their history. It holds information drawn from the 1911 census on the households, occupations and birthplaces of those living there, but also covers other topics like the neighbourhood, the shops, school, church, and park, the local transport facilities, which once included our own station, Rugby Road Halt. It also looks at the area in wartime, and welcomes contributions.
More information about the history of Acton in general can be found on the website of the Acton History Group.