Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Hightide Festival

Hightide Festival

Town Centre being taken over by Hightide Festival - won't be able to do this once Capital & Regional build all over the open space! (if they ever get planning permission!).

Travellers in Wood Street

About a week or so ago Travellers moved into the old Dairy site in Wood Street. True to form they filled the site with loads of rubbish and then left! Today I noticed the owners had decided not to get caught a second time and have put in some suitable deterrents! I can't see if the rubbish had been removed.

Before Travellers visited!

After Travellers left

Planning Update

Strettons - have they moved?

Town Centre

A curious sign appeared in the Town Centre indicating that the Mall was a listed building! It appears to be a mistake as the planning department says the correct one will appear tomorrow (Wednesday) so look out for it. No date yet when the Mall's plans go to the Planning Committee.

Holy Family - Vinegar Alley view

Progress is fast these days of metal frameworks!

Marlowe Road - Wood Street

Walthamstow Gateway - Station  Car Park

Friday, 15 September 2017

More Planning Disasters

Throgmorton Street

Mini Holland Update


Changes to Waltham Forest

Whipps Cross Roundabout

Waterworks Centre update

Hi everyone
While we managed to convince the London Borough of Waltham Forest that the Waterworks Centre and surrounding land should not be rezoned for housing, it is still designated as a 'possible regeneration opportunity' in the revised version of the Lea Valley Eastside Vision. And, far more worryingly, the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA), who own the land, have announced that they do definitely plan to develop it (https://leevalleyicecentre.commonplace.is/about). I think this is wrong, and I am asking for your help to fund a court case to stop them.
To find out more about our legal plans, and to support our case, please go to: https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/stop-the-lvrpa-developing-metropolitan-open-land/
I hope you can help.
With thanks for all your support.
Abigail Woodman

Abigail Woodman started this campaign on the 38 Degrees Campaigns by Youwebsite. If there's an issue close to your heart that you'd like to campaign on, you can start your campaign here.

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