At the GLERA Meeting in January, we heard from Dominique Gagnon of Jamie Fobert Architects about his suggestions to re-landscape the area under the large sycamore tree on Baltic Street West, just outside the entrance to Crescent House and Hatfield House.
Dominique lives on Crescent Row, which fronts onto the site, and is an architect by profession. However, he's not planning to design the area himself or…Continue
Added by Nick Sharp on February 21, 2018 at 21:42 — 4 Comments
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…Continue
Added by Paul Lincoln on February 14, 2018 at 7:26 — No Comments
This is a collage of 1950’s local Londoners looking at a model of my future proposal for the Richard Cloudesley / COLPAI site on the north east side of the Golden Lane Estate. It is a sketch model, a general arrangement.
The primary aim is to extend the principles of the existing layout,…Continue
Added by GLE Website Comms Team on February 13, 2018 at 11:50 — No Comments
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…
Added by Paul Lincoln on February 10, 2018 at 18:30 — 1 Comment
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 Lane Estate, I…Continue
Added by Paul Lincoln on February 3, 2018 at 20:00 — 1 Comment