There have been some events at King’s Cross, though not a lot. Continue reading “King's Cross – catch-up”
So much has been going on that all the web sites I’m responsible for got rusty. A few people have even complained, which is warming.
London Plan activity has been the elephant in the
room year. After a summer break the EiP resumed with debates on transport, neighbourhood issues and all the housing material. About the only positive change in the Johnson plan is the espousal of the notion of Lifetime Neighbourhoods, a concept which Age Concern had nurtured in the spirit of the Lifetime Home standards Continue reading “The crisis unfolds – catch-up /EiP / new paper”
|As the rains begin in October 2010, back comes the Euston Square Puddle.
This most un-cared-for of London squares is as grotty now as a year ago. Long saga of multiple agencies, none taking proper responsibility. Back story is at http://michaeledwards.org.uk/?p=181