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London Concrete
:last updated 20.11.10:

Work has been going on around the proposed site ever since the appeal has ended, however towards the end of 2009 major work landscaping the site has began following the submission and approval of further plans to comply with condition imposed on the development Read the Appeal Decision (pdf 1.5 mb)

2010

London Concrete May 2010

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London Concrete April 2010

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2009

15th December 2009

 

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19th of October 2007

2006


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21.3.06 | Click here to read all appeal documents

21.3.06 | The Appeal Public Inquiry final session took place yesterday 20th of March 2006 at Haringey Civic Centre, in Wood Green. It was an intense day with all parties delivering their final say in their highly detailed closing argument. It ended around 5:00pm with the inspector indicating we should be able to hear his final ruling on this matter in May 2006.

To read the parties' closing argument click here

3.12.05 |Pre Appeal
Public Meeting Friday 9th December 7:30pm Hornsey Vale Community Centre Mayfield Road,
off Weston Park N8



The planning officers called on the application to be rejected on various grounds. To great cheers and prolonged applause, the Councillors voted unanimously to turn it down.



This was a magnificent victory for grass roots people power, in particular the determined efforts throughout the last 15 month of local residents of GreenN8 and GreenN4&N15


However, the developer has lodged an appeal and the planning process will grind on and on. Local residents are determined to continue until the idea of a concrete factory in a residential area is totally rejected.

3.10.05


The meeting tonight was very well attended over 150 people turned up. Many schools, parents and political parties were represented. The debate was rich and people willingness to spring into action was more then evident.

3.10.05
Haringey Planning Officers have published their report today. The report recommend planning sub committee refuse the application

For full planning officers report click here. Word file

25.9.05
Schools and Parents Action - Another Public Meeting was organised, this time on the Harringay ladder. The meeting on
Monday 3rd of October 2005 7:30 pm will take place at South Harringay Junior School, Mattison Rd N4, and parking will be available on school grounds. The meeting will focus on schools parent and kids action.

7.9.05
Haringey Council organises another ‘Public Meeting’ in a desperate attempt to correct a very poor and faulty consultation process.
The Public Meeting is set to take place on Wednesday 14th of Sep. 7:30 pm at Hornsey School for Girls, Inderwick Road, N8.
* Full story here
* Haringey invitation letter

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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