WERA is the World's End Residents Association.
WERA was set up by the residents of the estate to represent the views and interests of all
residents when dealing with the Council, its agents and their contractors, and ensure that residents
are regularly and properly consulted on what is happening on the estate. WERA tries to foster a
wider sense of community and cooperation amongst all of the estate's residents and aims to ensure
that all of the estate's varied communities are properly represented and are able to participate in
Any legal resident aged 16 or over can become a member of WERA by applying for membership to the
Committee of the Association. Membership can be applied for or renewed at any WERA Public Meeting or
at the WERA Annual General Meeting (AGM).
WERA has a Management Committee of residents who meet several times a year to discuss matters of interest
to all residents of the World's End Estate. The Committee aims to improve the estate and
make it a better place in which to live. Any WERA member can become a member of the Committee by
being nominated and elected at the WERA AGM. The Committee also plans and holds regular Public
Meetings to try and keep all residents informed about what is happening in and around the estate.
If you would like to find out more, or have any issues or concerns you'd like to bring to the
attention of WERA, please contact the Committee using the contact details below.
about the committee
The current Committee of the World's End Residents Association was elected at the last Annual
General Meeting, which was held on Tuesday 3rd of March 2015 at 7.30pm in the WERA Clubroom, 16
Blantyre Street. The minutes of the Annual General Meeting (and other meetings) are available for download
from the WERA Minutes Page.
The residents elected to the Committee at the last AGM were the Committee's Chairperson Margaret Grayling and nineteen
Committee members: Ali Ahmed, Monica Boholst, Margaret Byrne, Kai Choudhry, Hamza El Warfalli, Caroline Fairchild,
Patricia Fordyce, Eryl Humphrey Jones, Marye Kenton, Maryam Khalifa, Muaza Khir, Joanna McDermott,
Barry McQueen, Paul Miller, Sara Ourida, Nigel Palmer, John Rendall, Dean Smith and Cathrin Vowinckel.
The posts of Vice-chair, Secretary and Treasurer are currently vacant. There is a single co-optee -
Jules Montero - a former resident of the estate who had previously served as the Association's Secretary.
what we do
The Committee meets several times a year to discuss matters of relevance to the estate's
residents and the estate. The meetings are regularly attended by TMO staff, Ward Councillors
and other third parties.
The Committee forms sub-committees or sub-groups when required. These are composed of Committee
members, other residents and relevant third parties. They meet seperately from the main Committee as
often as necessary and report back to the main Committee as required.
The Committee responds to all formal consultation on behalf of the estate's residents. This
includes Planning Notices from the Council's Planning Department and Section 20 Notices from the
Committee members represent the Association at relevant meetings of the Council, TMO, Police and
other bodies. This currently includes the Council's Tenants Consultative Committee (TCC), a number
of TMO consultation panels and sub-committees, the Police West Chelsea Sector Working Group and the
"Safer Neighbourhoods" Cremorne Ward Panel.
The Committee manages the WERA Clubroom for the benefit of all residents. The Clubroom is made
available to local charitable and/or not-for-profit groups whose work benefits the residents of the
estate. If you are interested in using the WERA Clubroom please contact the Committee using the
contact details below.
The Association can be contacted by any of the following methods:
In writing at: World's End Residents Association, WERA Clubroom, 16 Blantyre Street, World's End Estate, London SW10 0DS.
By phone on: 020 7795 3095 (answer machine, please leave a message).
By email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The website administrator can be contacted on: email@example.com.
All residents are encouraged to participate in the Association's activities.
You can do so by joining the Association and becoming a member. Or if you are already a member,
or have been a member in the past, by renewing your membership. Just ask to join or renew your membership
at any of the Association's Public Meetings or at the Annual General Meeting. Should you wish to join the
Association as soon as practically possible please contact the Committee using the
contact details listed above. Your membership counts.
As a member, please consider standing for election to the Committee of the Association. At every
WERA Annual General Meeting all Committee members are required to stand down and be nominated and
stand for (re-)election. As a member you too can stand for election to the Committee. As a member of
the Committee you will be able to attend, speak and vote at all meetings of the Committee.
If you are unable to participate directly in the Committee then feel free to attend Committee
meetings as often as you'd like. Any member of the Association can attend the meetings of the
Committee, observe and give their opinions on the matters at hand, which will always be welcome. The
date and time of the next Committee meeting is always listed on the front page of the website.
If you are interested in a specific issue you may be able to sit on the relevant sub-committee,
if one exists.
Finally, we always welcome your input. Feel free to contact the Committee at any time to bring
your opinions, views or concerns on any issue of relevance to our attention.
documents and downloads
The Constitution of the World's End Residents Association is available for download:
All members, prospective members and residents are encouraged to read and understand the Constitution. It
guides and directs the behaviour of the Association, its Committee and membership.
The Association's Annual Reports are also available for download:
As are the minutes of the Committee's regular meetings (from the WERA Minutes page).
And copies of the Association's Newsletters:
All documents are in Adobe Acrobat format. Get the Acrobat Reader.