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GOLDEN LANE RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION

Discussion of matters arising from GLERA.

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RCS SITE CITY OF LONDON ACADEMY AND HOUSING

Plans for developing the Richard Cloudsley site

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BERNARD MORGAN HOUSE

Plans for developing the Bernard Morgan House site.

16 discussions

COMMENT ON GOLDEN LANE

Comment on all aspects of Golden Lane life

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ESTATE OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Announcements from the Estate Office.

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ITEMS FOR SALE OR RECYCLE

Personal items for sale or recycling

176 discussions

HEALTH & WELLBEING

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2018 URBANISM AWARDS

Shortlisted, but sadly not the winner of The Great Neighbourhood  category, Golden Lane Estate was honoured with a poem by the Academy of Urbanism poet in residence, Ian McMillan.

Golden Lane Estate

All you need, anywhere, are streets paved with gold:
The gold of community, the gold of mutual benefit,
The gold of allotments in the early evening sun
That reflects on the windows of places built for living....

Read the whole poem here.

 

DO YOUR BIT - GET HEARD

Help pay for legal advice to challenge the recognised 'harm' caused by COLPAI development

FANS of Golden Lane (Friends, Admirers, Neighbours and Supporters) have launched a Crowd Justice page to raise funds for legal advice to explore whether or not the process by which the local authorities granted permission for the CoLPAI development was reached fairly and if there is a case to bring against them. They want to secure a better outcome for everyone, including our new neighbours. Pledge you support here - every donation, no matter how small, helps.

Sign the petition to protect the trees bordering the COLPAI site and our allotments

The current development plans will see seven established trees needlessly ripped out. They will be the best and only screen between the estate and a noisy, dirty building site once construction work starts and will be essential for the health of the COLPAI school children. Sign here

Object to / support City of London's plans to relocate the Estate Office and convert ground floor of GAH

Click on links for planning portal:

Change of use of part of the ground floor of the Community Centre in order to accommodate the Estate office

Planning reference 18/00506/FULL

Conversion of part of the ground floor of Great Arthur House to three flats  

Planning reference 18/00409/FULL

GLERA chair Tim Godsmark has posted on the forum outlining concerns. The majority of respondents to last year's GLERA survey want the Estate office to stay in Great Arthur House.

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