Fix the broken postal service in SE22; East Dulwich, Dulwich Village & Peckham Rye

Fix the broken postal service in SE22; East Dulwich, Dulwich Village & Peckham Rye

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David Brady started this petition to helen.hayes.mp@parliament.uk and

For years, residents of SE22; East Dulwich, Dulwich Village and parts of Peckham Rye have suffered with a failing postal service. This has led to many suffering with, lost prescriptions, lost documentation, lost banking details, fraud and stress. What do you do when your passport, lawyers letter, Doctor's letter, subscriptions or correspondence from loved ones simply doesn't turn up for weeks on end, if at all?

We expect a reliable postal service and in a modern society this is a service that is essential for conducting a normal life. 

Since the closure of Silvestester Road’s sorting office back in 2017, combined with staff shortages and (in the last 2 years),  Covid,  Royal Mail has been failing  to provide even a basic level of service in beleaguered SE22 and the surrounding areas of Dulwich Village and parts of Peckham Rye.

It would be easy to blame all this on Covid but the problems existed long before Covid was a household name and they are likely to continue long into the future unless something is done.

This issue has been brought to the attention of the local MP over the years and has been featured in numerous exposes by Southwark News and yet all these actions have so far done nothing to provide a consistent and reliable solution to the problem.

We demand a plan of action from Royal Mail to solve this. 

We demand a timetable with specific and measurable outcomes to ensure we return to a reliable postal service.

We demand a benchmark of reliability that can be tested to ensure all actions taken are consistent and working and not just a short term fix.

Most of all, we just want to get our mail on time without waiting weeks between deliveries.

Please help make this change.

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