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1 March is looming as a very important date for Golden Lane Estate.Richard Cloudesley siteIslington Planning Committee will be meeting at 7-30pm to hear the planning application for the Richard Cloudesley site. Some changes have been made to the plans under pressure from GLE but there is still much that remains which is a huge cause for concern. Key issues include a tower block with a single flight of stairs for fire escape; an extreme loss of light for much of Basterfield House; huge loss of…See More
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As Bernard Morgan House finally demolished government figures show City of London is as bad as the Isles of Scilly in building affordable homes

As the last piece of Bernard Morgan House is demolished and carted away, figures published this week by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government show that the City of London was in the bottom five local authorities when it comes to building affordable housing. …See More
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As Bernard Morgan House finally demolished government figures show City of London is as bad as the Isles of Scilly in building affordable homes

As the last piece of Bernard Morgan House is demolished and carted away, figures published this week by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government show that the City of London was in the bottom five local authorities when it comes to building affordable housing. …See More
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In most places of employment, there is an obligation to register potential conflicts of interest.  A freelance job perhaps or membership of a rival organisation - all of these make it necessary either to declare an interest or to step down from a decision. But is this the way it works in the City of London?Like many on Golden…See More
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Why 1 March needs to be a date in your diary and money, time and energy are required now

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1 March is looming as a very important date for Golden Lane Estate.

Richard Cloudesley site

Islington Planning Committee will be meeting at 7-30pm to hear the planning application for the Richard Cloudesley site. Some changes have been made to the plans under pressure from GLE but there is still much that remains which is a huge cause for concern. Key issues include a tower…

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As Bernard Morgan House finally demolished government figures show City of London is as bad as the Isles of Scilly in building affordable homes

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As the last piece of Bernard Morgan House is demolished and carted away, figures published this week by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government show that the City of London was in the bottom five local authorities when it comes…

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Conflicts of interest - do they matter in EC1?

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In most places of employment, there is an obligation to register potential conflicts of interest.  A freelance job perhaps or membership of a rival organisation - all of these make it necessary either to declare an interest or to step down from a decision. But is this the way it works in the…

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There is another way: the history of alternative schemes proves that resistance works

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A new chance to create something really good and useful on the Richard Cloudesley site

Posted on October 31, 2017 at 11:00 0 Comments

GLERA has been opposing plans from the City of London and Islington for the development of a sixty-six apartment tower block and a two-form entry primary school on the site currently occupied by Richard Cloudesley School. Thanks to the recent submission of a new planning application by the two local authorities, there is now a three-week opportunity to comment on the proposals and suggest alternatives. GLERA urges residents to support the alternative proposals.



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At 9:57 on October 27, 2017, Andrew Brian Hickman said…

2nd one is very relevant to right to light decisions

2014-10-22 Phase 3 Letter (1).pdf

2014-07-09 Phase III.pdf

At 19:38 on April 24, 2017, Vivienne said…
Thank you for your welcome. I wanted to let GLE know that I have been working on issues raised with me. I met with the Director immediately after our Ward meeting and the work on Stanley Cohen House has been brought forward and will commence July/August. This is a great improvement and I am pushing for the work on Crescent House being brought forward. I must also thank Gary Moore for the work he did in respect of SCH. Always willing to work for residents, Vivienne Littlechild JP
At 14:04 on February 7, 2014, Laurence Jones said…

HI Paul

Any chance that you can give me a call. I am unable to post things under estate announcements.

LJ

At 12:40 on June 10, 2011, Maria Elizabeth Prior said…
Good stuff!
At 0:23 on June 10, 2011, Maria Elizabeth Prior said…

Thank you Paul.

Unfortunately, none of my near neighbours are interested in joining.  It's a pity. 

Maria. X

At 16:40 on February 18, 2011, Miss Julie said…
Hi Paul.
Thanks for signing me up. We're looking forward to moving in on Monday.
Julie
At 20:55 on October 20, 2009, Chris Patterson said…
Hi there,
This is good. Not quite sure what I am doing. You built this whole thing yourself?
(the website not the estate)
 
 
 

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