Category: Moselle

November 9, 2018
Events: Haringey River Forum, Mon, 19th Nov

Free event.
This meeting is open to delegates from all Haringey friends and voluntary groups, professional observers and the public.

Monday, 19th November 20186.00 - 8.00 pm
Big Green Bookshop,
1 Brampton Park Road, N22 6BG.
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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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August 4, 2018
Where next for the Moselle?

Haringey’s rivers had some real attention during London’s National Park City Week which ran from July 21st to 29th. But there’s still a lot of anger about opportunities missed.

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February 11, 2018
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 were: Crouch End Open Space; Fortune Area Residents Association; Friends […]

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February 9, 2018
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 below the surface The development phase of Heartlands is an […]

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February 2, 2018
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 managers. They have to ensure that cities today can deliver […]

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September 27, 2017
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 the area we need your time and assistance. Following next […]

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September 8, 2017
The Heartlands at September 2017 and the RBLG

This month’s meeting of the Heartlands Resident and Business Liaison Group (RBLG) was courteous and informative. The Group enables local residents to hear about progress on the site and gives us a voice in discussing with the developers their plans and proposals. Generally three PMRA representatives attend and this month there were five. We started […]

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June 22, 2017
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 result of the drastic work required to remediate the former […]

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