Category: Protest

May 1, 2017
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 and Mann The purpose of the meeting was to discuss […]

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March 18, 2015
Petition for Hornsey Park Road Pocket Park

Please sign our petition for a Pocket Park on Hornsey Park Road as part of the new Heartlands development. We, the undersigned, support the proposal by PMRA for a pocket park to be installed behind the lime trees on Hornsey Park Road. We call on National Grid, Haringey Council, and our elected representatives to express […]

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February 1, 2014
Why English Heritage must look again at Gasholder No 1

UPDATE 31st January, 2013 - News has reached us that the earlier example of the Cutler Patent gas holder in Tunbridge Wells, held up as the more important surviving example of this internationally significant industrial heritage has ..... been "demolished". http://highbroomssociety.wordpress.com/tag/tunbridge-wells-gas-company/ Haringey council was quick to support the demise of its own heritage on the […]

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January 18, 2013
Postal Delivery Office under threat

The Delivery Office on Tottenham Lane is under threat of closure and many local people worry about a further loss of local amenities, however, as to every story, there is more than one side to it.   Debbie Sheddon writes: WE NEED OUR DELIVERY OFFICE! Local residents should be aware that in March, Royal Mail […]

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December 10, 2012
No more wildcat HMOs in Hornsey Park?

The Council had just announced that, from 30 November 2013 planning permission will be required to convert houses in our Ward into Homes in Multiple Occupation (HMO). Permission is already required where a house is not a single family home. It is good news for our area because family housing is a planning priority so permission should not, […]

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November 9, 2011
Another Betting Shop in Wood Green...

Please consider this petition to allow local people a say over what happens in their area: change.org   Yet another betting shop has recently opened in Wood Green. A little history at this point: In the late spring/early summer of last year, a sign went up in the window of the prominent building that used […]

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September 19, 2011
Coronation Sidings Approved as Committee yields

After a marathon meeting, development was approved by 6 votes to 3. Those voting in favour were Cllrs Demirci, Peacock, Basu, Brabazon, Rice (all five labour) and Strang (Lib DemCrouch End). Those against were Cllrs Reid, Beacham and Butcher (all three LibDem). Here are some comments from those who attended the Planning Sub Committee on […]

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September 5, 2011
Decision time for Heartlands

The Heartlands planning application will be heard on 22nd September 2011 so time is fast running out for objections to be made. Following a General Meeting on 15th June 2011, we wrote to the council with our objections to the project. Residents reaffirmed their objections at our AGM on 7th September 2011. You can download our letter here: Objection […]

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May 18, 2011
Save Hornsey Gas Holder No.1

The latest Heartlands outline planning application includes the demolition of Hornsey gas holder no.1, contrary to strengthening interest in its retention and the original vision that the industrial heritage of the area should have a place in its redevelopment. It is essential that we have an informed debate on its value - to our area and in the economic and […]

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April 9, 2010
Time to improve dangerous footpath at Hornsey railway bridge

This week's  Hornsey Journal has exposed Haringey Council's excuses for not widening this vital footpath as muddled and confused. While Cllr John Bevan, cabinet member for Environment claims the council cannot do anything, TfL has confirmed to the Hornsey Journal that the road is wide enough to allow the path to be widened and that they were, and remain […]

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