Category: Environment

October 9, 2019
Unresolved matters on the Heartlands.

A lot can happen in Haringey’s planning sub-committee. On Monday night St William took their latest application to deal with reserved matters on the Heartlands – for blocks D3 and D4 where gasholder no 3 stood and where the new Moselle Walk footpath will run above the culvert. Beneath D4 – which includes 46 flats […]

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September 30, 2019
The Lost House and the Mayes Road marshes!

Earlier this year PMRA was awarded money by central government to improve the section of Mayes Road at the back of the shopping mall. The money is for a ‘linear pocket park’. We wanted to put in new structures and mini-facilities to encourage people to meet and use the space. The work has started with […]

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September 18, 2019
World Car Free Day Play Street Special

11.00am – 14. 00pm on Sunday, 22nd September 2019 Park Ridings and Malvern Road will be closed to through traffic. A special event to bring the Hornsey Park community together! Food and drinks – Please bring sweet or savoury food to share. Alcoholic drinks allowed (free coffee & teas and soft drinks). Please bring a chair. Games for all […]

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September 16, 2019
Living Streets for Haringey

Yesterday's meeting A Low Traffic Future for Haringey – healthier, fairer streets held in the Green Rooms on Station Road was full of good ideas and good intentions. The overarching theme was Active Travel. Slow vehicles down, get people out of their cars, encourage walking and cycling, lay out our streets to put people first, […]

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September 12, 2019
General Meeting Sept 2019

GENERAL MEETING ON 11 SEPTEMBER 2019 22 residents attended Clarendon Development Concerns were raised by about the level and nature of the continuous noise from the building work and its impact on residents, particularly those closest to it. The granting of a music licence to the Goodness Brewery until 3am at weekends means that there […]

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July 31, 2019
40 by 40 - update on the Moselle Brook

Haringey Rivers Forum - a daylighted river is a healthy river but there's a long road ahead as we start to plot the courses of the borough's hidden brooks and streams

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July 31, 2019
The state of the gardens

Hornsey Park community gardening - recent successes with our plots and planters but challenges old and new lie ahead!

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May 7, 2019
Moselle Brook water quality checks – why the delay?

It's now a couple of months since St William told us that January's wet weather had interfered with the first of their engineers' annual checks on water quality in the Moselle at the Heartlands. The results would therefore be delayed. Then in March we were told that there was a hold up in their receiving […]

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April 7, 2019
Changes – for better and worse

There’s a lot of activity in Hornsey Park at the moment. Some of it is welcome and some of it isn’t.  Friday night saw the first meeting of the Safer Neighbourhoods Noel Park Ward Panel. Five police officers and two business representatives. Chaired by the forthright and good-humoured Gerard McGrath and with more than a […]

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

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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