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Demolition

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christo Apr 27, 2017. 3 Replies

Taylor Wimpey is applying to the Planning and Transportation Committee on 28 February to determine whether prior approval is required for the method of demolition of the existing building. The…Continue

Barbican Wildlife Garden Community Bulb Planting Day

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This Sunday, 6 November, from 10.00 am until 1.00 pmPlease come and help plant bulbs…Continue

 

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Fred Rodgers replied to Charles Humphries's discussion RCS Site | You can't have your moustache and eat the soup
"Both Islington and City Corporation's planning officers are recommending approval - this is the link to the Islington agenda documents for 1 March…"
Feb 23
Fred Rodgers replied to Andrew Brian Hickman's discussion Plans are being developed to deliver a further 420 new homes across two of our estates. (Unnamed.)
"It seems the two estates are Avondale in Southwark (300) and York Way in Islington (120)."
Feb 7
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"No problem Stewart. I just wish my reading and research extended to more than trying to hold City Corporation to account."
Nov 22, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David, Stewart thanks for the information. Actually I read the London Stone some time ago - very interesting read. Will get a copy of the Gordon & Dewhurst book."
Nov 13, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
""Cripplegate Alderman embarrassed" might make a good City Matters headline! I only came across it on Google yesterday but it is an interesting read. At least your history will only have to start from where Alderman Baddeley's ends.…"
Nov 10, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David, this question is completely unfair but can we expect like this from you: http://www.cripplegatewardclub.org/cripplegateJBaddeley.pdf? ;"
Nov 9, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David -  As well as building new homes on its own sites, buying off plan and partially completed developments as well as re-purchase of RtB homes are also proposed methods of increasing CoL's housing stock. The difficulty with new build…"
Nov 9, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David - Thanks for reminding me of the Report. I note that the dreaded HFI is to be one of the vehicles for delivery of the 3000 homes. Whilst 35% of those homes will, according to the Mayor's new policy, there are of course financial viability…"
Nov 8, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David, I think the 3700 figure is 700 homes for social rent to be built on existing CoL estates, mostly outside the Square Mile. However 9 homes are being created from shops in Middlesex Street Estate. Also one or two homes are supposed to be…"
Nov 8, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David, I think Peter Bennett was still City Surveyor when his department approved the plans for the development as freeholder of BMH. If he "responded in general positively to the development proposal on behalf of the residents of TRC",…"
Oct 30, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David, William and Mary are not the problem here. They did all they could on behalf of their electors, despite only having been on Common Council for two months. Had seven - I think the other two CCs, as members of the Committee, could have asked…"
Oct 30, 2017
Fred Rodgers commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"I'm sorry I had to miss the meeting. However, whilst both Mary Durcan and William Pimlott both addressed the Planning and Transportation Committee. admirably speaking out against the scheme on behalf of the local residents, where were the…"
Oct 29, 2017
Fred Rodgers liked Emma Matthews's discussion Mark Boleat and the Denizen
Oct 29, 2017
Fred Rodgers liked Emma Matthews's discussion The Denizen
Oct 29, 2017
Fred Rodgers replied to Peter Frederick Scott's discussion A Proposal for the RSC site redevelopment, please comment.
"Hi Fred, Sorry, I've only just seen this but your proposal seems to be a far more sensible solution, of course. However, the way the cost of both school and tower block is soaring -literally - the whole scheme may be too ambitious to be…"
Jul 17, 2017
Fred Rodgers posted an event

Low Emission Neighbourhood Air Quality & Cycling Pop Up Event at Opposite Barbican Wildlife Garden

June 17, 2017 from 11am to 3pm
What’s on• Dr Bike’ cycle safety checks and minor repairs • Register for free cycle training • Bike security markings by the City of London Police • Information from the London Cycling Campaign • London cycle maps, safety accessories • Learn about the Golden Lane residents’ cargo bike hire scheme.Air quality and low emission neighbourhood information will also be available.See More
Jun 14, 2017

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