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  • Our presentation on the Moselle at the Big Green Bookshop

    Restoring the Moselle is essential for our community and the means to end pollution

    PMRA has always been interested in opening up the Moselle in Wood Green, co-chair Marcus Ballard told Monday night’s meeting at the Big Green Bookshop. But, he added ‘we now know it’s viable – we know it can be done’. Marcus explained how, as a...

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  • Ryan King with Catharine West ( Labour), Dawn Barnes (Lib Dem), Emma Lane (conservative)

    And now, it’s time to vote

    As we prepare to go to the polls, we’d like to thank the candidates of the three main parties for coming to our hustings and giving us the opportunity to meet them. We thank them for this, their commitment to the democratic process and for...

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  • Our last Hustings at the General Election 2015

    General Election Hustings 2017

    Meet the prospective Parliamentary constituency candidates from the main parties, as we invite them to tell us about themselves, their priorities and how they will work with us to protect and improve our area. Local matters have never been so important, we need to use our...

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  • Community gardening - making a difference

    It’s springtime – join us for some community gardening

    The following is part of a presentation given by PMRA to the recent Team Noel Park Community Open Day. Download the PDF of the presentation here: Noel Park Community Event 11-03-17 Community Gardening The Lavender Garden, Hornsey Park Road, N8 Despite its name, Hornsey Park has no...

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  • WGAAP general meeting

    General Meeting Report – Wood Green Area Action Plan 2017

    General Meeting on Wednesday 26 April 2017 Download as PDF: WGAAP-meeting-26-4-2017 Read our Response Letter More regarding our objections to the Wood Green Area Action Plan (WGAAP) on this site. Present:  34 residents, including residents of adjacent streets and sky city. Apologies were sent by councillors Ahmed...

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  • A model of Wood Green proposed developments

    Community responds to flawed plans to regenerate our area

    As PMRA raises grave concerns with a first stage letter on Haringey’s Area Action Plan, residents from across our area, including Hornsey Park, Sky City, Caxton & Mayes Road and Tower Terrace met Beth Kay, Head of Regeneration and Emma Williamson, Assistant Director – Planning...

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  • The invasive knotweed is causing misery for residents

    Fighting back the Knotweed Invasion

    Japanese Knotweed is an invasive plant that is difficult and expensive to eradicate. Although permissible to grow, there is a legal requirement to ensure that it does not spread onto neighbouring land. (See link to RHS https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=218 ) The presence of Japanese Knotweed is noted...

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  • Life after Iceland - a planned new housing and shopping complex on Mayes Road

    Get ready for Sim City Wood Green

    Not for decades have Wood Green residents faced the dismantling of communities, wholesale rebuilding and the complete reconfiguration of the town centre. The last gas holder is coming, and new housing, shopping areas, roads and traffic schemes are on the drawing boards and will eventually...

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    General Meeting Minutes February

    General Meeting 8 February 2017 Present: 20 residents Gary Smith, Haringey Project Officer addressed the meeting about two issues. Community Streets Project Following public consultation and feedback, the following projects will be implemented: A gateway feature at the junction of Hornsey Park Road and Clarendon...

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    One year on – PMRA in new territory? Time to get involved!

    With a general meeting coming up on February 8th it might be useful to look back twelve months to the one we held a year ago on January 27th 2016. Charlotte Levey came from Haringey’s Neighbourhood Action Team to talk about the plans for the...

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