As a result of Government guidance allowing the opening of play areas; a Risk Assessment and measures to be implemented to promote safe use and from the results of a poll of residents carried out by The Residents Association for Stamford Brook which was overwhelmingly in favour of opening the play area, it will be open from the afternoon of Wednesday 29th July 2020.
As the play area is unmanned the emphasis of responsibility is placed on the user(s) to follow the guidance on signage erected in and around the play area. This is in accordance with Government Guidlines (latest update 17-07-20) which are being followed. This can be viewed at:
A one way system of entry and exit will be promoted in the play area with clear signage erected on the 2 gates. The play area will be cleaned and litter bins emptied weekly. The appartus will be safety checked weekly with a report sent to the property manager at Scanlans.
A copy of the Risk Assessment and the signs to be erected are now available to view to all property owners on the Scanlans Portal. If you have not yet registered for the portal please email Scanlans at email@example.com and instructions will be provided.
The Risk Assessment will initialy be reviewed on a fotnightly basis, based on feedback from the cleaning/safety inspection and gardening contractors; Scanlans site inspections; resident/user/the Residents Association feedback and any updates/changes imposed by the Government.
To all users, please adhere to the guidance on the signage to help both keep users as safe as reasonably possible and to keep the play area open.
Your cooperation and support, on behalf of The Association is appreciated.
The next Residents Association Meeting will be held on Thursday 6th December 2018 at the Broadheath Community Hall, Broadheath Altrincham from 18.30-20.00.
The meetings are held approximately every 6 weeks and detailed minutes are recorded and distributed via email. The Residents Association has a Facebook group Stamford Brook Residents where you can see the minutes and also connect with others who live on the development. If you would like to join this group please contact Admin on the Facebook group with proof of residency.
Stamford Brook Residents Association will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 28th June at 6.30pm at the Broadheath Primary School Sinderland Road Altrincham.The regular 6 weekly meeting will be held immediately after the AGM.
Stamford Brook Residents Association have a Facebook group Stamford Brook Residents where you can view the minutes of the meeting and also connect with others who live on the development. If you would like to be invited to join this group please contact Nicola Jane (Admin) on the Facebook group with proof of residency. You can also follow Stamford Brook Residents Association on Twitter @SBResidentsWA14.
All residents are invited to participate in the Balsam Bashin Event being held on Saturday 27th June 2015 at Stamford Brook. The event will start at 10am and the meeting point will be by the Stamford Brook playground.
The community woodland is opening on the 28th May. It is opportunity to meet the The National Trust Rangers who will be taking on the management of the Stamford Brook Woodland. You can join in with the team as they tidy the woodland and Sinderland Brook. It is an opportunity to learn more about this valuable community resource and have fun. It starts at 2pm at the end of Watermint Way.
The date of the next residents meeting has been changed to coincide with the Management Company AGM. Stamford Brook (Altrincham) Management Company AGM will be held at 6.30pm, and Residents Association Meeting will take place straight after at 7.00 p.m. Please note that the AGM is open to property owners only.