Successful start for Hornsey Park Playstreet event

With around 30 children and as many adults of all ages, a table full of cakes and savouries, fresh tea and coffee and sunshine, our first Playstreet got off to a flying start.  The children enjoyed the rare treat of traffic free streets enabling them to stretch out, scooting and cycling freely as far as […]

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February 28, 2019
Look out! The AAP is back.

For almost a year there has been little public talk about regenerating Wood Green. We learned with relief that the absurd plans to demolish the Mall and the housing above it had been withdrawn. But now the AAP is back!

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February 25, 2019
Flushed with success

Is this the moment when Haringey Council finds the confidence to become a serious player in the world of water management?

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October 1, 2018
Summary of General Meeting, 26 September 2018

St William gave a presentation of the plans for the new Clarendon Development at this well attended meeting.

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September 21, 2018
At last, someone wants to restore the Moselle Brook in Hornsey so what (or who) is stopping it?

We have a unique opportunity to restore the Moselle River in Hornsey Park. So who is stopping it and why?

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November 18, 2017
So many plans, so little time. Our current situation.

A post provide a short update of what PMRA are involved in and how we are engaging with the current developments.

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Parkside Malvern Residents Association

The Parkside Malvern Residents Association (PMRA) was formed in 1999 and is the Registered Residents Association representing the residents of Hornsey Park Road, Alexandra Road, Malvern Road, Park Ridings, Ravenstone Road and The Avenue, N8. We are a community association and a force for change, where change is needed. We are running a number of campaigns, details of which will be posted on the web site from time to time.

PMRA Gallery

  • View of Hornsey Park from Sky City above the Mall
  • Think of this as a village green - Residents gathered to show support for the lime trees on Hornsey Park Road
  • Labour, Conservative and LibDem candidates attended the hustings
  • CPZ
  • Hedgerow planted on Turnpike Lane
  • Bench installed at Martin's Walk
  • Martins Walk in March 2013

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