About High West Jesmond Residents’ Association
High West Jesmond Residents’ Association (HWJRA) was established to support the residents of the local area.
The aims of the Association are:
- To promote the benefit of the inhabitants of High West Jesmond by working to maintain and improve the quality of life, preserve the character of the area and ensure that development does not adversely affect the local environment; and
- To assist residents in exercising their rights as members of the community including empowering them in dealing with statutory and other relevant authorities whether as individuals or as members of the Association.
Full membership of HWJRA is open to anyone aged 18 and over living in the area of benefit who wishes to support the aims. Every full member has one vote at general meetings.
Junior membership is open to anyone under the age of 18 living in the area of benefit and wishes to support the aims. Junior members do not have a vote at general meetings but their views on any issue will be sought and taken into account of.
The area of benefit covered by HWJRA is High West Jesmond as represented by the following streets (in alphabetical order):
Albemarle Avenue, Albury Road, Davidson Cottages, Honister Avenue, Ilford Road, Kingswood Avenue, Lodore Road and Little Dene (including Little Dene flats), Moorfield, Newlands Road, Treherne Road and Woodthorne Road.
Working with Admirals 5
To the east of High West Jesmond, the area (bounded by Beatty Avenue and Matthew Bank) is served by the separate Admirals 5 Residents’ Association. HWJRA has been working alongside Admirals 5 on issues of joint interest.
You can read more about the HWJRA committee on the HWJRA Committee page.