GMTRA

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Glasslyn, Montenotte and Tivoli Roads Residents’ Association & Neighbourhood Watch

GMTRA represents the residents of Glasslyn, Montenotte and Tivoli Roads, including View Crescent. We act on matters of concern to residents – local planning applications, environmental issues, traffic, improving security and tackling crime, recycling, excessive noise and nuisance, and maintaining constructive relations with the local secondary school and sports clubs. We also work with other local associations to help protect the Crouch End Playing Fields and associated meadow and woodland. 

We meet regularly with local ward representatives. As an association we are able to have a louder voice with our council and other organisations on behalf of residents. The more people who join up the more effective we can be for the neighbourhood and for individuals.

Current Neighbourhood Issues We Are Engaging With

Street Trees

We are working with residents and the council to manage the trees in our streets. New trees and those causing problems.

Electric Car Charging

Many residents have been keen to have charging points for electric cars in our streets. We have been promoting the case and have succeeded in getting two fast charging points installed.

Latest News

March round-up of GMTRA news, street trees, phone mast and sports hall

The phone mast proposal has received deemed permission to go ahead. We have the collected emails, letters and responses here >>

Residents Please Join Us

Every resident of our streets is eligible for membership. We will be pleased to hear from your on any issues that affect our streets and any suggestions or thoughts you may have about our local environment. All members are invited to our AGM in the autumn. We circulate regular emails and maintain this website.

If you would like to join our association please put a note through the door of the Chair – Adam Sharples, 17 Glasslyn Road – with your contact details (name/s, address and email). Alternatively you may contact any Committee member directly, or send an email to contact@gmtra.org.uk for more information.

For 2022/23 the membership fee is only £5 per household.