Environment Archive

  • Welcoming the lavender

    Welcoming the lavender… and the bees

    Join us on Saturday, June 2nd 2018 from 10am to midday The lavender garden is at the junction of Hornsey Park Road and Clarendon Road close to Turnpike Lane. All welcome!

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  • Well worth the wait

    Streets matter in Hornsey Park

    Now the local election is settled it’s a good time to review where we are up to in the neighbourhood. In July council officers will report to the new Cabinet on the outcome of the latest consultation on the Wood Green Area Action Plan. There...

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    The Rivers Forum – A champion for Haringey’s water courses

    PMRA report of the inaugural meeting of the Haringey Rivers Forum 7 February 2018 The meeting was held at the Big Green Bookshop, 1 Brampton Park Road, N22. Thirty-three people attended including two officers from Haringey Council, with three apologies. Community and voluntary organisations represented...

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  • The Moselle where it enters the Heartlands

    A residents call to open the Moselle in Heartlands

    One of our residents has put his objection to the Haringey Heartlands application in writing. It is a succinct argument for opening the River Moselle as part of the development. Key points: The water is fine and does not smell It is easily accessible just...

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  • The Moselle where it enters the Heartlands

    Haringey Rivers Forum: The fight for a sustainable Wood Green starts here

    Today, February 2nd, is World Wetlands Day. Martha Rojas Urrego, Secretary General of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, introducing the theme that ‘wetlands are essential for a sustainable urban future’, argues that ‘a rapidly growing urban population comes with enormous challenges for city planners and...

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    New AAP but little has changed – get you response in before 16th March 2018

    Haringey has updated its Area Action Plan (AAP) to remove the references to it being predicated on the arrival of Crossrail2 and retain homes along Caxton Road and its junction with Mayes Road. Otherwise, it contains all of the flaws of the previous version but...

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  • View from the Alexandra Park

    So many plans, so little time. Our current situation.

    With all the developments and plans that our small community is facing, it is quite difficult for local residents to keep up. PMRA is actively involved in all areas, working with neighbouring residents groups as well as through the Residents and Business Liaison Group (RBLG)...

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  • Ready for collection

    Small successes on the street – with a little help from Veolia

    Thanks to Veolia we have been successfully managing the leaf-fall from the lime-trees on Hornsey Park Road. For the last fortnight our street-cleaner has, with great determination, been collecting and bagging them on his twice weekly visits. PMRA collected much of the early fall –...

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    Iceland – Who’s behind the ‘Icewall’?

    Well, we are – the residents and community of Hornsey Park Road. This monstrous and ill conceived development far exceeds and drives a coach and horses through current planning policy. Its nine storeys will overlook and dominate two storey Victorian houses and back gardens. Its...

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    The greening of Hornsey Park: help needed

    Suppose the area filled up with butterflies and bees. Hedgehogs reappeared. And bats. Air quality improved. Back gardens spoke to public open space (and ‘non-space’) and vice-versa. The Moselle Brook was something you could see and sit beside. If that’s part of your vision for...

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