OUR ROADS

Abbots Place
All Saints Lane
Best Lane
Black Griffin Lane
Blackfriars Street
The Borough
Broad Street
Chantry Court
Church Lane
Cobden Place
Duck Lane
The Friars
High St. (part)
King Street
Knotts Lane
Mill Lane
Northgate
Orange Street
Palace Street
Pound Lane
St Alphege Lane
St John's Place
St Peter's Grove
St Peter's Lane
St Peter's Place
St Peter's Street
St Radigund's Pl
St Radigund's St
Tower Way
Turnagain Lane
Westgate Hall Rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Peter's Residents' Association
About us

Updated 14 February 2012

The St Peter's Residents' Association (SPA) is a voluntary association representing the interests of people living in the St Peter's, Northgate, Blackfriars and adjoining areas of Canterbury.  We are not allied to any political party, commercial organisation or pressure group, and our funding relies entirely on the subscriptions from our members and fund raising events.

If you live within the roads shown below, please join our Association and help us to represent your views and concerns with local authorities.

Membership of SPA is £3 per person or £5 per household. Click HERE or THE HOW TO JOIN button for a printable membership application slip. The membership fee includes for membership of the St Peters Neighbourhood Watch scheme.

Item that we have been actively involved in include:

  • Fighting various licensing hours proposals
  • Addition of posts in King St to protect the pavements from vehicle mounting.
  • Traffic and parking schemes including the Palace St Pedestrianisation trial
  • Neighbourhood Watch
  • Planning applications including The St John's Coach Park proposals, The Beaney Institute and The Marlowe Theatre
  • Solly’s Orchard replanting and its upkeep

This web site will be regularly updated with local news. We publish and distribute to each household a monthly newsletter which includes local news updates and Neighbourhood Watch warnings about local crime. Our meetings, including our AGM which is in April each year, are held in the Dominican Priory. We have a Summer barbecue and a Christmas social event.

Street map of Canterbury with The St Peter's Resident's Association area in yellow.

Thanks to Canterbury City Council for permission to use their City Map

 

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