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Haringey's cock eyed approach to selling Hornsey Town Hall

Local Authorities are pretty much hamstrung by the rules they have to follow. And the decision to dispose of Hornsey Town Hall will inevita…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Aug 27, 2015

Community Assets in Difficult Ownership - local examples - Archway Central Hall

You know that huge building on the right as you approach the Archway roundabout on the 41 bus. You've probably looked at it as often as I h…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Aug 21, 2015

26 tonne lorries on the Parkland Walk - over how many dead bodies?

An email just received, relating to a planning application in a neighbouring ward: Dear Adrian,Many of us use the Parkland Walk, the former…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Aug 20, 2015

Goldberg , OJEU, regeneration and Hornsey Town Hall

Councillor Joe Goldberg (Cabinet member for economic development, social inclusion and sustainability) has pointed out the boom taking plac…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Aug 20, 2015

Crouch End is on the up and up

There is a planning application currently under consideration for the row of shops/flats at 11 Park Road, the arcade bounded by (but not in…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Aug 15, 2015

Hornsey Town Hall is an Asset of Community Value

Hornsey Town Hall has been formally recognised as an Asset of Community Value by the London Borough of Haringey. The news is announced on t…

Started by Adrian Essex

1 Aug 14, 2015
Reply by Rob Jackson

Waste consultation

What happens to your waste and recycling when it leaves your home or workplace? How can we ensure there are sufficient facilities to manage…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Aug 5, 2015

Don't it always seem to go . . . .

Looks as though the location information given in this Ferme Park Baptist Chapel Facebook post is not quite right. The picture of the chape…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Jul 25, 2015

Yesterday this was a thriving business, today a building site . .

 . . . tomorrow a block of flats. See also 161 Tottenham Lane, lynton Road , Evans Cycles and of Hornsey Town Hall

Started by Adrian Essex

8 Jul 22, 2015
Reply by Barbara "Babs"

New Chief for Alexandra Palace - Louise Stewart

Alexandra Palace is set to welcome a new chief executive to drive through ambitious restoration and regeneration plans. (The previous incum…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Jul 22, 2015


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