The Trinity Newington Residents' Association (TNRA) represents the interests of those who live in the Trinity Village Estate in London, SE1.
TNRA is entirely independent of the landlord, the Corporation of Trinity House, and its managing agents, Knight Frank, and is run by a volunteer committee elected at an Annual General Meeting held each April. The committee meets every month to plan, organise and review its actions and activities. It also keeps its members regularly informed of local issues and developments by means of monthly e-Letters, a bi-annual Newsletter, Facebook and a website.
TNRA has worked for over forty years to improve the quality of life for its members. Inter alia this involves lobbying Southwark Council on matters such as waste collection, planning and traffic management. The association also regularly wins Council grants to fund projects that are used to improve the environment. In addition it attends meetings with the police to pursue crime prevention initiatives and related matters. A key role of the committee is to work closely with the landlord and its agents to discuss day-to-day issues, principally those relating to tenancy agreements and rents and the maintenance of the buildings and gardens on the Estate. TNRA also organises a regular programme of well-attended social events which foster and strengthen a strong sense of community identity and spirit.
Chair: Tim Horsler
Vice-chair: Edward Heckels
Treasurer: Penny Hinves
Committee: Ali Walker, Clive Greenwood, John Moore, Lesley Exton, Mary Jane Kane, Meera Rajan, Paul Shiels, Shaun Stern