UCL held a public exhibition to consult with the public on their initial proposals for the redevelopment of the Eastman Dental Hospital site. Whilst the plans are mostly commendable it is worthwhile scrutinising how they will affect the neighbours on all boundaries of the site so please take time to read these slides. You can Read More …
Dear All there will be a public exhibition to consult locally on UCL’s plans for the re-development of the Eastman Dental Hospital Site. Your views are welcome. Please see flyer for details: ucl_flyer final pdf
INVITE TO ALL OUR NEIGHBOURS Hello to all, I’m Lorrianne, speaking on behalf of all the team at The Apple Tree, on Mount Pleasant. As you may know, The Apple Tree was recently sold by Greene King. As the new owners, we are proud to say that we will be re-opening The Apple Tree Read More …
Camden New Journal 22 March 2018 Click here
What a week. Revelations about London’s glut of unsold luxury residential properties are a timely reminder of the fundamental problems at Mount Pleasant and those that have been vocal in opposition. Motivated by the inappropriateness of the proposals that were approved by the former Mayor, Boris Johnson, or by the wider iniquities the proposals embody, Read More …
Having sold some of its site to Taylor Wimpey Royal Mail are about to start enabling works on their own patch. Come to the meeting to hear what they are planning and let them know what you think.
There is a consultation open until 30th October 2017 about some proposals for improvement of Clerkenwell Green, one of which is a statue of Sylvia Pankhurst. Great woman but is this the right place…have your say! See consultation here.
Health Effects of Air Quality and Noise – update July 2017 By Barbara Rimmington, Researcher, East End Quality of Life Initiative Read the news here
Major changes are happening at Clerkenwell, Faringdon, Smithfield. Find out more and have your say. Read more here
After the atrocity of the Grenfell Tower fire, among the agendas being peddled by different factions in the media members of the MPA and MP Neighbourhood Forum were appalled to see Simon Jenkins citing Mount Pleasant in his anti-tower block diatribe this week.