It is essential for residents to ensure that their living conditions are right and to renovate and rectify all the vital areas of the place.
Sometimes, it may be necessary for them to form a group of members or associations like the Buckinghamshire Council to look into all such matters, have regular meetings, and come up with solutions that will help everyone. They might also need to raise funds to renovate individual buildings in the area and ask for residents’ help with ideas and commodities. They might also need services from residents like carpenters and painters.
A Little About The Prebendal Farm
The Prebendal Farm is a housing estate in Buckinghamshire, England. It is close to the River Thame and located in the south of the town. It used to be a farm on the outskirts of Aylesbury. The Aylesbury duck industry developed at that location. John Fowler was the owner of the farm at that time. The new housing estate was built in 1970 and named after the original owner, J.K.Fowler. Since that time, the estate has seen terrible days and is on the decline. It became one of the most deprived areas of the entire district. This problem led to the need for a resident group on the estate.
The Prebendal Farm Residents’ Group
This group seeks solutions to local issues to better the lives of the community. They keep the residents informed of all their plans and developments. They have regular meetings where residents are encouraged to attend so that they can voice their opinions and offer valuable suggestions. Some counselors and police officers also participate in these meetings so that the residents can speak about all the problems they are facing and get the essential help and guidance. They aim to make long-term changes in their programs, so the residents get consistently benefitted.
A Little More About The Group
The Prebendal Farm Residents’ Association became the Prebendal Farm Residents’ Group in 2004. The association is responsible for all the coordination of different activities that the residents plan from time to time. They do not set the plan but only help in the execution of the program. They facilitate activities to help the residents of the area. They encourage everyone to express their views and convey their ideas and solutions to various problems. They believe in constructive debate for the betterment of society. The association meets regularly every Monday evening at the Prebendal Farm Community Center. You can get in touch with the center using their email address or their web address.
Specific Issues That The Group Has Already Dealt With In The Past
The Griffin Lane Crossing had to change as it was unsafe for the residents. They closed the gap with rods welded to the gate. They informed Network Rail about the situation. They also notified the Bucks County Council. A lot of estate improvements took place so far. The Landscape Group Somerville Way planted cherry trees. They installed two park benches in the grassed area. They arranged estate walkabouts so that the residents can see the improvements that are made around them and give their valuable opinions.