Monthly archives: August 2012

What would a sustainable legacy at the London Olympic site look like?

 ANNUAL CLT PUBLIC LECTURE 2012 Building Resilient Cities: What would a sustainable legacy at the London Olympic site look like? by Greg Rosenberg Thursday 30th August 2012 7:30pm – 9:00pm Epainos Ministries – Lichfield Road Mile End E3 5AT The Olympic Games were sold to Londoners on the clear understanding that there would be lasting legacy […]

A New Primary School in Mile End 2

Update This planning application went to the  Development Committee on 22nd August (details here) and it was decided by members to refer the plans to the Government Office for West Midlands with the recommendation that the Council would be minded to grant Listed Building Consent (the Council cannot make decisions about their […]

Enough is enough residents tell developers

Residents at the cemetery end of Hamlets Way have three building sites around them. The Ennerdale car park (site 2a), Loweswater House (site 11) and the new Beatrice Tate School on Southern Grove. We were informed on  5th July that Telfords would start work an hour earlier and finish earlier […]