Campaigns

Representing residents on Heathrow

Justine has led our community's campaign against extra aircraft noise from an expanded Heathrow. She held two public meetings at St Mary's church in Putney so that residents could hear directly from Heathrow and Gatwick about their expansion proposals shortlisted by the Airports Commission. In response to a direct question from a resident, Heathrow have said that our current eight hour respite is not guaranteed in their expansion proposal.  

Improving Southfields Village

Residents who responded to Justine's recent Community Survey had lots of great ideas for improving the centre of Southfields Village and she has already met with Cllr Ravi Govindia, Leader of Wandsworth Council, to discuss how they can be taken forward.

The ideas included a mini roundabout outside Southfields Station, better road crossings, 20mph zones and planting trees along Replingham Road.

Better transport for Putney

One of my key priorities for our area is to ensure we have good transport links, to ensure residents can access local services easily and to ensure people’s journeys whether to work or to visit family and friends are as smooth and pleasant as possible.District Line & South West Trains:

Roehampton Regeneration

Roehampton now has the opportunity to get investment, bringing better facilities, new jobs and new housing. Justine wants to make sure residents' views on the regeneration proposals are listened to and that they really shape the final plans as they get developed.

Working with police to reduce crime

I think it is important that residents feel safe in their neighbourhood and I meet regularly with Putney Police to discuss concerns residents have raised with me about local crime.I am pleased that crime in Wandsworth has fallen by over 12% over the last year, but street crime, burglary and anti-social behaviour still remain a concern locally and I met with Putney’s new Inspector, James Waddington, to discuss these concerns.