The whole sordid detail of the plans for Apex House are now published. See them here. There’s a lot of it.
Comments are beginning to arrive from local residents, overwhelmingly opposing it.
To comment, click the button that say Comment on Application. You can write as much as you like, you may like to draft it in eg Word first as the working box is quite small. They ask for your name + address etc but you don’t have to give this. If you supply an address or email address you will be sent more info re the outcome.
It will probably go to the meeting on January 19th.
The bit that makes my head explode most, of all those fat documents? The Statement of Community Involvement. We must have been at different meetings. Oh and that there is no local library where we can view the plans, as ours is currently being knocked apart to allow for the office part of Apex House to be bunged in there – before these plans have even gone to committee.
There is short notice rail engineering work taking place on the Barking – Gospel Oak Line TODAY.
The whole line is closed and two replacement bus services are running around every 15 minutes
- Barking – South Tottenham operated by double deck buses
- Gospel Oak – South Tottenham operated by single deck buses (due to low bridges).
There was originally to be only a morning Barking – South Tottenham block until 12:00 for track inspection purposes but this appeared to be cancelled last week. Continue reading
OPEN WAREHOUSE DAY
An Open warehouse day of live performances, Live bands, DJ’s, Artists Showcasing work, Film screening, Market Stalls and workshops in and around the warehouses on Fountayne Road and the surrounding area. A creative collaborative arts community
The Courtyard, Number 3, Fountayne Road
The Courtyard, Number 7, Fountayne Road
BARBECUE AND BAR Continue reading
for Capital Clean-up Day.
The days when the council could pay workers to do this are over.
Rangemoor Open Space is the little triangle of land between Rangemoor Road and Wakefield Road, next to the football cage.
Now if we can just persuade the drinkers to put their own cans in the bins, we’ll be on a winner.
As posted on Harringay Online – see there for many replies:
A spokesman from LBH was quoted on Sunday on a short BBC News report on the imminent closure of Marcus Garvey Library in Tottenham:
“Haringey Council Statement: We’re very disappointed that a £3million investment to revamp and modernise one of our most popular libraries has been misrepresented. The refurbishment of the library will see it enhanced with new books and equipment, as well as additional services.”
It’s on youtube: clip as on earler post
This is the library that is being halved in size as they cram in most of the Customer Services from Apex House. Continue reading
Go wild in the Rec! Free Event!
Sun 30th Aug 11-5pm
All things green, wild and natural
Open to all in the community, including children.
Lordship Wildlife Group and Friends of Lordship Rec present a variety of things green, wild or natural to do with the Rec.
It will include activities, workshops, games, art, stalls and displays for adults and for children. You will enjoy learning more about our many varied and interesting wildlife, conservation practices in the Rec and natural materials and alternatives to the chemicals we use in our everyday lives and green yoga.
The day will be based in and around the Hub which is by the lake and children’s playground.
For questions or suggestions contact
Ruth Green –email@example.com
Please note ooo in the address not oo
(243 bus to Lordship Lane, or 41 bus to Downhills Park and walk – so ten minutes from SoTo)