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Sue Pearson commented on Graeme Harrower's blog post ALDERMAN POSTPONES DATE FOR HIS RE-ELECTION
"This is a very simple question about democracy.  The decision to hold any election should not be made by one  individual - particularly one who has held the office concerned, whose term has expired and who wants to be…"
Jul 27
Sue Pearson posted a blog post

CITY DEFERS REFORM OF ITS DISCREDITED “STANDARDS” REGIME

As mentioned in my last blog https://www.goldenlaneestate.org/profiles/blogs/the-beginning-of-the-end-of-the-city-s-discredited-standards, a significant proportion of City residents signed a petition last year declaring that they had no confidence in the City Corporation’s “standards" regime. One of their demands was for reform of “standards" proceedings. A motion was put…See More
Jun 25
A blog post by Sue Pearson was featured

The beginning of the end of the City’s discredited “standards” regime?

Last year, more than 1,100 City residents - many of them in our ward of Cripplegate - signed a petition declaring 'no confidence' in the City's standards regime. That petition called for two specific reforms.The first was to let your elected representatives speak and vote on matters which affected both you and them as residents. After nine months of intense campaigning, including residents attending…See More
Jun 18
Sue Pearson posted a blog post

The beginning of the end of the City’s discredited “standards” regime?

Last year, more than 1,100 City residents - many of them in our ward of Cripplegate - signed a petition declaring 'no confidence' in the City's standards regime. That petition called for two specific reforms.The first was to let your elected representatives speak and vote on matters which affected both you and them as residents. After nine months of intense campaigning, including residents attending…See More
Jun 14
Graeme Harrower commented on Sue Pearson's blog post THE LATEST ON COLPAI WORKING HOURS
"I am responding to Alderman Graves’ comment below. His “newsflash” that ISG’s request to extend its working hours on the COLPAI site had been turned down was posted five days after…"
Jun 5
David Graves (your Alderman) commented on Sue Pearson's blog post THE LATEST ON COLPAI WORKING HOURS
"Just a positive Newsflash that ISG applied to extend the working hours from 7.30am to 9pm Monday to Saturday but this was refused by the Islington and the City Planning Departments. So people were right to be worried, but the right answer has been…"
May 28
Sue Pearson posted a blog post

THE LATEST ON COLPAI WORKING HOURS

Here is correspondence I’ve had with the City Corporation’s Policy Chair and the Community Services Chair after the government recently published guidance promoting longer working hours on construction sites: My email to the Policy Chair and Community and Children’s Services Chair on 14 May Will you undertake that the City Corporation, as the developer of the COLPAI project, will not seek permission to extend the working hours on the site in the light of government guidance published…See More
May 23
Sue Pearson posted a discussion

Construction hours

You may be aware that last week the government announced that it was allowing construction work to continue until 9.00pm weekdays and all day Saturdays.I have managed to secure the following statement form the City of London Corporation.We understand residents’ concerns on the impact of the Secretary of State for the Ministry of Housing, Robert Jenrick’s, statement advising local planning authorities to review applications from contractors for an extension to site working hours. The City…See More
May 18
Tim Godsmark commented on Sue Pearson's blog post ALDERMAN LUDER JUSTIFIES WORK ON COLPAI DURING LOCKDOWN
"Thank you Sue, I live on the ground floor of Hatfield House within 12 metres of the site. I am trying to work at home as we are having to isolate as my youngest son is being treated for cancer. Our living room, where I have to work because of the…"
May 6
Anne Corbett commented on Sue Pearson's blog post ALDERMAN LUDER JUSTIFIES WORK ON COLPAI DURING LOCKDOWN
"Sue has worked tirelessly to support the residents and families on Golden Lane during this odd and difficult time. She has listened to residents and made time for the people who are isolated in their homes. No-one could doubt Sue’s commitment…"
May 5
Mark Bostock commented on Sue Pearson's blog post ALDERMAN LUDER JUSTIFIES WORK ON COLPAI DURING LOCKDOWN
"The City had an opportunity of showing real moral leadership by delaying the COLPAI construction work during this difficult period of lockdown.  It has failed to do so.  It is clear that families confined to their flats with their children…"
May 5
Jane Carr commented on Sue Pearson's blog post ALDERMAN LUDER JUSTIFIES WORK ON COLPAI DURING LOCKDOWN
"I wonder where Alderman Luder is living during lockdown? Not, I suspect, within 6m of a building site that continues to work noisily for upwards of 8 hours a day. Perhaps he would like to swap with me (if that was allowed) to experience first hand…"
May 5
William Pimlott commented on Sue Pearson's blog post ALDERMAN LUDER JUSTIFIES WORK ON COLPAI DURING LOCKDOWN
"I strongly support Sue Pearson’s position. A small delay in the work on COLPAI is justified in view of the enormous disruption its continuation causes residents during lockdown, as well as the potential health implications. City of London…"
May 4
A blog post by Sue Pearson was featured

ALDERMAN LUDER JUSTIFIES WORK ON COLPAI DURING LOCKDOWN

On Friday May 1st Alderman Luder sent to all members of the Court of Common Council an email to justify work continuing on COLPAI during lockdown. ColPai. A brief reply to Common Councillors Pearson and HarrowerIt’s disappointing that the resumption of work continues to be justified by the need for the social housing or the delay to opening the school.This disregards the…See More
May 4
Christine Clifford commented on Sue Pearson's blog post CITY CORPORATION FAILS TO SHOW LEADERSHIP IN THIS CRISIS
"Just had an email, DENIZEN kicks off on 27th April. Plus sites by Bunhill fields were active today and noisy. At least DENIZEN is close to the end. Meanwhile we can't get anything done that isn't urgent like redoing our balcony, decorating"
Apr 21
Sue Pearson posted a blog post

CITY CORPORATION FAILS TO SHOW LEADERSHIP IN THIS CRISIS

In my last blog I drew attention to how the City Corporation was supporting non-essential construction work on its own COLPAI development, to the detriment of its residents - COLPAI: despite lock down work about to resume  On Thursday morning I sent an email to the Policy and Resources Committee, which is effectively the Corporation’s management…See More
Apr 18

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CITY DEFERS REFORM OF ITS DISCREDITED “STANDARDS” REGIME

Posted on June 25, 2020 at 11:22 1 Comment

As mentioned in my last blog https://www.goldenlaneestate.org/profiles/blogs/the-beginning-of-the-end-of-the-city-s-discredited-standards, a significant proportion of City residents signed a petition last year declaring that they had no confidence in the City Corporation’s “standards" regime. One of their demands was for reform of “standards" proceedings. A motion was…

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The beginning of the end of the City’s discredited “standards” regime?

Posted on June 14, 2020 at 13:42 0 Comments

Last year, more than 1,100 City residents - many of them in our ward of Cripplegate - signed a petition declaring 'no confidence' in the City's standards regime

That petition called for two specific reforms.

The first was to let your elected representatives speak and vote on matters which affected both you and them as residents. After nine months of intense…

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THE LATEST ON COLPAI WORKING HOURS

Posted on May 23, 2020 at 15:30 2 Comments

Here is correspondence I’ve had with the City Corporation’s Policy Chair and the Community Services Chair after the government recently published guidance promoting longer working hours on construction sites:



My email to the Policy Chair and Community and Children’s Services Chair on 14 May



Will you undertake that the City Corporation, as the developer of the COLPAI project, will not seek permission to extend the working hours on the site in the…

Continue

ALDERMAN LUDER JUSTIFIES WORK ON COLPAI DURING LOCKDOWN

Posted on May 4, 2020 at 11:00 5 Comments

On Friday May 1st Alderman Luder sent to all members of the Court of Common Council an email to justify work continuing on COLPAI during lockdown. ColPai. A brief reply to Common Councillors Pearson and Harrower

It’s disappointing that the resumption of work continues to be justified by the need for the social housing or the delay to opening the…

Continue

CITY CORPORATION FAILS TO SHOW LEADERSHIP IN THIS CRISIS

Posted on April 18, 2020 at 11:30 1 Comment

In my last blog I drew attention to how the City Corporation was supporting non-essential construction work on its own COLPAI development, to the detriment of its residents - COLPAI: despite lock down work about to resume 

 

On Thursday morning I sent an email to the Policy and Resources Committee, which is…

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At 18:05 on June 19, 2013, Billy Mann said…
Sorted. I have put a flag saying Please Water Me in my bag (off to Spain tomorrow)
At 20:57 on June 16, 2013, Billy Mann said…
Sue, has the "water me" flag system (for when people are on holiday) been introduced to the allotment bagging area yet? If so, where are the flags?
 
 
 

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