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
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On Monday 11 December our local MP, Mark Field, visited Golden Lane Estate.
He was taken on a walkabout by Tim Godsmark, GLERA Chair and a small group of residents - Anne Corbett, Charles Humphries and Emma Matthews.
Here is the subsequent correspondence:
From GLERA, 12 December:
It was a great pleasure to meet you yesterday. I attach a letter which summarises our concerns regarding the…Continue
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Is it possible to achieve the same amount of school and housing accommodation on the RCS site in a low to medium rise format that matches the surrounding housing?
The RSC CoLPAI GLERA sub-committee have looked at possible plans in more detail and it turns out that not only is it possible; you could achieve 15% more social housing on the site. The key is to combine the school and housing in one building which saves space. This layout would:
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'There is another way' was the slogan chosen by …Continue
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Golden Lane Estate was shortlisted for an Urbanism Award 2018 in the Great Neighbourhood category alongside Byker in Newcastle and Smithfields in Dublin. Sadly we didn't win, but we did come away with a framed commendation and a very fitting poem from poet in residence,…Continue
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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.
The new deadline is…
Added by Paul Lincoln on October 31, 2017 at 11:00 — No Comments
This week one of the regular meetings between Common Councillors, our Alderman and residents took place.
This was an unusual meeting as it started with a presentation by Sir Nicholas Kenyon, managing director of the Barbican Centre on the Culture Mile. This is a joint initiative between local arts venues and the City of London. It envisages over a period of perhaps…Continue
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A sustainable city is a city designed with consideration of environmental impact, inhabited by people dedicated to minimization of required inputs of energy, water and food, and waste output of heat, air pollution - CO2, …Continue
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