Monthly archives: July 2012

Victoria Park BT Live event and crowd control at Mile End

On Thursday 26th April MERA went to the Licensing Committee along with other objectors – including Cllr Joshua Peck and Cllr Marc Francis to register our concerns about the proposed use of Victoria Park for the BT London Live events connected to the Olympic Games and the implications for Mile […]

Olympic Parking in Mile End

The London 2012 Olympics are “car free”.  100% of spectators travelling to the venues will arrive by public transport – or that’s the theory! In order to ensure those living near the Olympic Park are not affected by lots of extra people trying to park their cars in the borough, […]

Beatrice Tate School – Newsletter

From Victor Soulié (Site manager) Download PDF – click here Dear Residents, This is our third resident newsletter which will give you an overview of the construction progress at Beatrice Tate School. The demolition of all existing buildings is complete. The main building (Poplar Day Centre) has been entirely broken […]

Olympic Torch – Here on Saturday

BUS SERVICES – MILE END ROAD – 21 JULY Buses heading towards Stratford (25, 205, 425) should be running on route but subject to delays. Buses will not be running between Bow roundabout and Whitechapel (possibly Aldgate) towards town from approximately 1.30 pm until 5.00pm   Instead they will divert […]

First Urban Land Trust is GO! – Saint Clements CLT 1

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, today announced that the currently empty site of St Clements Hospital in Mile End, east London, will be the UK’s first ever urban Community Land Trust – what is a land trust? – see here or click here to sign up for Land Trust newsletters. […]

Finally parking relief for Eric Street residents

In March 2012 MERA was approached by Eric Street residents to ask the Council to consider double yellow lines all the way down the kerb opposite the resident parking bays. Since the building of the new off road parking areas by EastendHomes over a year ago, Eric Street residents have […]

360 Degree Computer Visualisation of the new Beatrice Tate School

[vimeo width=”600″ height=”450″]//[/vimeo] The existing Beatrice Tate School will be relocated from St Jude’s Road to the proposed site at Southern Grove. It will comprise an SEN School for approximately 75 pupils aged between 11 and 19. The building proposed is partially two and partially three storeys in height, with […]

Recycle and Regenerate

 Regeneration meetings Another meeting for residents with EastendHomes’ regeneration reps will take place this Thursday 5 July in the portakabin on site 1, in between Derwent House and Ennerdale House. The time will be 6.30pm. Please tell your neighbours as it will not be advertised widely by EastendHomes themselves. They say […]