Streatham Vale property
occupiers association

What we do?

The SVPOA represents some 2000 residents in Streatham Vale. We hope you will enjoy your visit and will come back again from time to time as the content will be regularly updated with campaign notes, articles from our monthly newsletter, Vale Topics, and information on our activities.


The SVPOA promote or support a wide range of activities. We have our own allotments, hold two flower and vegetable shows each year, are active in protecting the environment of Streatham Vale through our Environmental Committee and Neighbourhood Watch and organise campaigns on a wide range of issues important to the area. We also support the Friends of Streatham Vale Park in their work to maintain the Park as a valuable local amenity open to all.


We publish ‘Vale Topics’, a monthly newsletter and selected articles from past editions are regularly published or updated on this website. The newsletter is distributed to members through our local Road Stewards organisation covering 36 roads in Streatham Vale and members are able to contact the Committee through their local Road Steward or through our email service at or on Neighbourhood Watch issues on .

One of our greatest priorities is to preserve the genuine ‘village’ atmosphere of Streatham Vale, almost unique in South London, by supporting and assisting local trades and services where we can and opposing developments and proposals which we consider to be damaging to the area. A quick look at the History of the Association shows that we have been continuously active in pursuing our ideals since the Vale was built in 1925 and we will certainly continue to do so, not just for the present, but for the foreseeable future.