Welcome to Sudbury Town Residents' Association (STRA)

STRA is a non-party, non-sectarian group that aims to encourage our community (including the shops in Sudbury Town) to work together for a cleaner, greener, safer area in which to live . We are your local neighbourhood forum have been developing a Neighbourhood Plan for Sudbury details of which can be found here. For more information about our history and achievements to date click here. Volunteers are always needed to help with events and to join our committees. If you would like to join us and be involved we would like to hear from you so send us an email.


 If you would like to become a member of STRA, signing up couldn’t be easier. Download the STRA application form and either email it back to us or pop it in the post. The address is on the contact us page.

The date of the next meeting can be found here. The next agenda will appear on the  members page, Members will need to have their password ready.


At the beginning of every meeting you can apply for a 3 minute soap box slot where you can raise a local topic which is important to you and other residents in the area, i.e. dumped rubbish, anti-social behaviour etc.   

At our regular meetings we are happy to welcome speakers on a variety of subjects from our local National Trust group to safer neighbourhood policing, local councillors, Wembley History Society etc.   If you would like to suggest a topic please email or phone in your ideas.


Find out more about Sudbury on the Sudbury wikipedia page.



Because of the recent fatal incident in Sudbury Town the next STRA meeting has been moved to Sudbury Methodist Church Hall.  The date for the STRA meeting was Monday, 7 September 2015 unfortunately, the hall is fully booked for Monday nights. We therefore had no option but to move the next STRA meeting to Tuesday, 8 September 2015 at 7.30 pm.  It will be a Public Meeting open to all Residents and Businesses concerned.


The Hall is reserved for the STRA meeting on Tuesday, 8 September 2015 at 7.30 pm at the Sudbury Methodist Church Hall 809 Harrow Road Wembley, Middlesex HA0 2LP.


We have confirmation that the following will attend:


Barry Gardiner MP

All Councillors including Councillor  James Denselow Cabinet Member for Stronger Communities 

The Police Team

Navin Shah Member of the  London Assembly Member for Brent and Harrow

Latest on the Neighbourhood plan


On Monday, 27 July 2015 Brent Council's Cabinet approved for the Sudbury Town Neighbourhood Plan to progress to referendum. The referendum will take place on Thursday, 10 September 2015.


The plan has been produced by the Sudbury Town Residents' Association with involvement of the wider community. The neighbourhood plan’s overriding aim is “to create a greener, cleaner, safer Sudbury Town.” In summary, policies in the plan:


  • set design criteria for shop fronts in Sudbury town centre and for the continuation of public realm works

  • seeks to protect open spaces and allow the reuse or redevelopment of buildings within Butlers Green and Barham Park, for uses which support the function of the green space

  • sets priorities for spending Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy, including public realm improvements

  • identifies uses which will be appropriate in Sudbury town centre and support development that strengthens Vale Farm as a regional centre for sports excellence, whilst preserving open space.


Anyone living in the neighbourhood area who is registered to vote in a local election will be entitled to vote in the referendum. If the majority of those who vote in the referendum are in favour then the plan will be adopted as planning policy for Sudbury. The policies within the neighbourhood plan will then form part of Brent's Local Plan and will guide development in the neighbourhood area alongside other Development Plan policies.


If you have recently moved into the area or you are not currently registered to vote, you may complete an online application at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or ask the Electoral Services office (020 8937 1372) for a paper form. The deadline to register to vote in time for the referendum is midnight on Monday 24 August 2015.


Further information and a copy of the plan is available at www.brent.gov.uk/stnp and on the Sudbury Town Residents' Association webpage.    


If you live in the neighbourhood area, I hope you will take this important opportunity to have your say.




The Plan is a document which will help determine planning applications in parts of the council wards of Sudbury and Northwick Park. It has been drawn up over the past three years by local people and is a result of extensive consultation and engagement. You can see the Plan on this website



It gives local residents a say in planning decisions and sets out policies which will be applied. It covers a large number of important local issues including housing, design, business, transport and green space. It also allows the local community to benefit via payments from the Community Infrastructure Levy.



The Plan was recentlyapproved by an independent examiner  - and, subject to cabinet approval, is now at its final stage: the Referendum. All those living in the area covered by the Plan get a vote. Please vote YES to the Neighbourhood Plan on 10 September 2015 (provisional date).



To offer help and to join our mailing list, please email: info@stra.org.uk. You can also follow us on Twitter #SudTwnNP.

Final Neighbourhood Plan
This document is the final version of the Neighbourhood plan dated July 2015.
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Map of showing those eligible to vote.
Anyone living in the neighbourhood area who is registered to vote in a local election will be entitled to vote in the referendum.
Sudbury Neighbourhood Area.pdf
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The maps below show the locations of the polling stations.

New on the website

News on a London wide initiative on spitting can be found here. In addition we have been rationalising our website. Please bear with us while we do this important work. In the mean time you may find items have moved and are not in the usual place.


At the last STRA meeting we had a discussion about the future of Horsenden Hill Golf course. On 25th November 2014 Ealing Council Cabinet passed a proposal for the permanent closure of Horsenden Hill Golf Course from 31st January 2015 unless alternative plans are presented to enable it to continue. Please click here to find out more. We are now pleased to report that due to community action the Christmas tree farm idea has been dropped.


At the last STRA meeting we had an interesting talk about the Sudbury Then and Now project. Click here to find out more and to take part.


STRA have also recently identified the need for a disabled parking bay in Sudbury Town. Click here to see the full story.


Our 2014 newsletter is now available. It is full of news and interesting stories. If you wish to receive a printed copy please sign up here.



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Join us!

Find out how by contacting us online via our online contact form.

Tel: 07840491142

E-mail: deputychair@stra.org.uk


To become a member of STRA click here for an application form. Your £6 membership fee and your support could help Sudbury to be cleaner, greener, safer.


Make a positive difference in Sudbury we need your voice and your help to make Sudbury a better more prosperous place to live and work If you need to get fIt or walk your dog please volunteer to deliver important information and questionnaires to the streets near you do your bit to make change happen. Volunteers to email info@stra.org.uk for further information



Our 2014 newsletter is now available. It is full of news and interesting stories. If you wish to receive a printed copy please sign up here.

Zoo visit

See the members page for details of the STRA outing to London Zoo.

Next Meeting 

For details of the next meeting click here. 

Social Media

STRA has two Facebook Pages, one for general STRA matters and one for events. Sudbury Town also has its own FaceBook page.

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