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Reasons the Earl Haig Memorial Hall should not be a nursery - 1 -2 - 3

If you wish to object to the proposed change of use of the Earl Haig Memorial Hall you can do so clicking on this link. This is what I wro…

Started by Adrian Essex

1 May 11, 2019
Reply by Rob Jackson

The Earl Haig is assuredly an Asset of Community Value - but does anyone care?

Community busybodies the Crouch End Neighbourhood Forum have nominated the Earl Haig Memorial Hall as an Asset of Community Value and Harin…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 May 1, 2019

Hornsey Town Hall update - the first set of accounts - early days, yet, and no profits

The first set of accounts for Crouch End (FEC) Limited have been published covering the period 27th October 2016 - 31st March 2018.  Crouch…

Started by Adrian Essex

3 Apr 27, 2019
Reply by Clive Carter

Liveable Crouch End - what's happening very near by

The Liveable Crouch End Project , if fully implemented , will invest £5.8m into roads and streets and public places around Crouch End, with…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Apr 23, 2019

Owning a listed building can be expensive - Hornsey Library Update

From the Haringey website - March 2019 Hornsey Library update The text below is reproduced from a pdf on the Haringey website.  While we do…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Apr 10, 2019

Liveable Neighbourhoods, Brexit and the economy must never be jeopardised

An article in the Ham and High has linked Brexit to Liveable Neighbourhoods. Had to happen you might say... https://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/

Started by Mark Crouch End

1 Apr 9, 2019
Reply by Adrian Essex

What a waste - Pinkham Way - A Nature Conservation site or a contaminated landfill?

I've had an emails form the local LibDems about a site at Pinkham Way which Haringey is offering as part of its contribution to the Nort…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Apr 9, 2019

Liveable Crouch End - what to do with all the trees we cut down

Now that I know that trees trap Nitrogen Dioxide at ground level I'm more than ever keen to have the view-obscuring conifers around Hornsey…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Apr 4, 2019

INVESTIGATOR interview for a Member Determination Hearing

IN 2010, a Member of Haringey Council—Charles Ochuko Adje—became the subject of the third and final enquiry, by independent investigator Ma…

Started by Clive Carter

0 Apr 2, 2019

Fun Street Party in Crouch End with a civil disobedience twist

If you missed this Extinction Rebellion event, here is a very short film by realmedia, and a brief account with pictures: https://alexandra…

Started by Annabel Gregory

0 Apr 1, 2019


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