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Cranford Way London Concrete Factory - here we go again?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Soper Mar 30. 1 Reply

Local residents will remember the battle against the establishment of the concrete factory in Cranford Way, just yards from a children's playground at Chettle Court at the end of Mountview and Ridge…Continue

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Barking up the Wrong Tree again?

This evening on the way past the Central Library I noticed that a sign had been placed on one of the three very large trees outside the main body of the building explaining that it was to be removed because it was continuing to cause damage to the pavement and other solutions had proved useless.  How sad I thought, still these things happen, and then I looked at my feet on the pavement and noticed that it was not damaged to any great extent at all.  However there were three 'tree consultants'…See More
4 hours ago
Paul Soper replied to Adrian Essex's discussion the London Concrete operation comprises a highly sustainable form of development
"It is clear that London Concrete have already exceeded the limits set by the Planning Ispector some 12 years ago but that doesn't make it alright - I asked Haringey to look at London Concrete's compliance with the original conditions…"
Mar 30
Paul Soper replied to Paul Soper's discussion Cranford Way London Concrete Factory - here we go again?
"Here is the text of the objection I have sent to Haringey today.  If you visit this site there is a button that allows you make an objection…"
Mar 30
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Cranford Way London Concrete Factory - here we go again?

Local residents will remember the battle against the establishment of the concrete factory in Cranford Way, just yards from a children's playground at Chettle Court at the end of Mountview and Ridge Roads. Towards the end of last year I got the impression that London Concrete who operate this site were exceeding the number of vehicles and movements and these drivers were often taking short cuts along Oakfield Road and then exiting via the ladder roads. I asked Haringey to investigate and…See More
Mar 29
Paul Soper replied to Adrian Essex's discussion Stroud Green might move to Tottenham
"Interesting comment from boundary commission " "This consultation closes on 27 March 2017. Based on what local people have told us we might revise our proposals and consult on those revisions in the autumn of 2017." So it goes on -…"
Mar 27
Paul Soper replied to Adrian Essex's discussion Stroud Green might move to Tottenham
"It is and it isn't - Stroud Green geographically could be added to an Islington consituency but us residents of Hornsey Vale would be just as angry as having to join Tottenham!"
Mar 27
Paul Soper replied to Adrian Essex's discussion Stroud Green might move to Tottenham
"David Lammy is clearly fighting to save his seat which currently has too few voters and therefore needs to be ither carved up and redistributed, which is what the main political parties want, but to different ends suiting their own political agendas…"
Mar 27
Paul Soper replied to Adrian Essex's discussion Boundary Changes for Stroud Green - is it part of Tottenham
"I think there is a difference between Labour and Conservative submissions to the boundary commission over Constituency restructuring to the comments made on the consultation.  This may not be so but you can't find these supposedly secret…"
Mar 23
Paul Soper replied to Adrian Essex's discussion Stroud Green might move to Tottenham
"The comments were found in a verbatim copy of submissions made to a consultation meeting held in Romford (Romford?) and come from Stuart Mcnamara - a Bruce Grove councillor.  At a meeting held in St Aiden's some months ago Catherine West…"
Mar 2

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Barking up the Wrong Tree again?

Posted on May 26, 2017 at 19:23 0 Comments

This evening on the way past the Central Library I noticed that a sign had been placed on one of the three very large trees outside the main body of the building explaining that it was to be removed because it was continuing to cause damage to the pavement and other solutions had proved useless.  How sad I thought, still these things happen, and then I looked at my feet on the pavement and noticed that it was not damaged to any great extent at all.  However there were three 'tree…

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