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#HDV | article in *Vice* that lifts the lid on the lobbying of London Councillors

TODAY's article in Vice lifts the lid on certain lobbying of Councillors, including current Members of the Haringey New-Labour Council Cabi…

Started by Clive Carter

4 yesterday
Reply by Adrian Essex

#HDV | quiet contact with Lendlease: Cabinet Member and the Shadow Board

BEFORE the key Meeting of 3 July—that gave Cabinet go-ahead for the HDV—there had been repeated contact with Lendlease. A Freedom of Inform…

Started by Clive Carter

1 Sep 8
Reply by Alan Stanton

#HDV | New-Labour’s attempt at *reverse* social-engineering

Also, high-resolution PDF attached Local New-Labour Councillor Jason Arthur is one of the main backers of the HDV. Cllr. Arthur is not onl…

Started by Clive Carter

0 Sep 1

#Sub-set of Councillors supporting the HDV

FOR the purpose of public information, I publish below a list of the known, remaining supporters on the Council of the Haringey Development…

Started by Clive Carter

1 Aug 22
Reply by Clive Carter

Learn all about it - Haringey Development Vehicle

Local Amenity Groups have places reserved for them at this New London Architecture do in Wood Green  Click on "Ticket Information at the…

Started by Adrian Essex

0 Aug 20

#HDV | THE scale of demolitions in Northumberland Park is hinted at on a Haringey Council-supplied map

THE scale of the Council’s proposed demolitions is revealed in this official Council map. Below (in orange) it shows the demolitions propos…

Started by Clive Carter

1 Aug 14
Reply by Clive Carter

#A TALE of 2 Town Halls, 2 Regeneration Companies … and 2 rebellions

THERE are prominent parallels in politics between two Local Government administrations: Tunbridge Wells in Kent and the London Borough of H…

Started by Clive Carter

1 Aug 13
Reply by Clive Carter

HDV | The rise and fall of the CCURV: Croydon’s experience of regeneration by a joint-venture co.

Croydon’s CCURV was wound-up in 2016 THOSE with an interest in urban regeneration – and in the experience that might inform the similar a…

Started by Clive Carter

3 Aug 13
Reply by Clive Carter

# “Other” … the Osborne Grove Nursing Home

DEPENDING on one's point of view, the Osborne Grove Nursing Home is a large, valuable site attractive to developers, or a vital public serv…

Started by Clive Carter

3 Aug 3
Reply by Clive Carter

#HDV | The Council Risk Register: is it Robust?

ONE of the most over-used municipal words is “robust” – it's sometimes used to describe the process leading up to some of the larger disas…

Started by Clive Carter

0 Jul 26


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