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March 12, 2010
Noel Park Conservatives are backing PMRA

Maybe it's the upcoming elections, maybe it is just common sense winning the day, but Parkside Malvern Residents Association are getting a lot of support from local politicians for their campaign to distribute the traffic that is currently shouldered by Hornsey Park Road alone.

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March 5, 2010
Buses to stop using Hornsey Park Road?

The council has, finally requested a route test  from TfL to see whether it will be possible for buses to use Mary Neuner Way in the future. We think they should be able to use a road that was designed as a bus route and serves local businesses, emergency vehicles and utility vehicles. We hope that […]

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March 5, 2010
Council Leader promises improvements to Hornsey Park Road next year

In an email response to complaints raised at the General Meeting on 17th February 2010, Council Leader Claire Kober has confirmed that there is both funding and a commitment  from her and the council to deliver  improvements to Hornsey Park Road next year and that the Association will be contacted  in early summer (May/June), to start to […]

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February 27, 2010
Hornsey Park Road/Spine Road Saga better than East Enders!

Ivor Baddiel's satirical view of life hereabouts on page 6 of this week's Hornsey Journal. To view the digital edition this clipping was taken from, click on this link

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February 25, 2010
After the Frost has gone... here comes Pothole Hell!

Just when you thought the lack of grit for icy streets was no longer an issue, potholes are the next threat to road and pavements. David Winskill, LibDem ward councillor, counted 12 potholes in a stretch of Tottenham Lane just 100 yards long, and some were several inches deep. Potholes do not just cause damage […]

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February 23, 2010
Why is the traffic so bad in Hornsey Park Road?

Despite a lengthy email correspondence with the council, Hornsey Park Road still suffers from inadequate transport infrastructure and planning which leads to congestion, fumes, and noise while the £6m spine road remains almost empty even during peak traffic.

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February 20, 2010
General Meeting Minutes

The minutes for our General Meeting on the 17th of Feb 2010, include, amongst others, the following topics: Community Garden, Coronation Sidings, the Spring Clean, Hornsey Park Road, Heartlands update.

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February 14, 2010
Mulled wine at the Farmers Market

A cup of hot, mulled wine is just what you need when out and about 'round Alexandra Palace Park in the cold. Luckily there is a Farmers Market at Campsbourne School, which also has organic burgers, pies and other tasty treats, homemade chutneys, chocolate, ginger cake and, of course, locally sourced veg and meats.

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February 13, 2010
Council Ignores Pleas for Buses to Stop Using Hornsey Park Road

In an e-mail replying to pleas from the Association, Haringey Council Leader, Claire Kober has refused to support calls for buses to use the new spine road, which was specifically designed for buses.

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February 12, 2010
Going Green Conference 2010

Saturday 20th February   9.30am - 1.30pm Haringey Sixth Form Centre White Hart Lane, N17 Haringey Council has invited residents associations  to find out more about the key areas of Haringey's Greenest Borough Strategy, and how you and the community can be part of making Haringey a greener and more sustainable borough.

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