There has been a long and bitter struggle over first some unlicensed hoardings further south on york way and then over planning permsission for the very large building that will be crammed into the site where hoardings are now proposed.
Stephan’s mail begins:
After our long struggle to clean up the area and reduce the "advertising
hoarding" pollution, I have just learned that our friends at King’s Place
have submitted a planning application for hoardings around their site.
The details of their application P061164 –
https://www.islington.gov.uk/Environment/Planning/Online/ are shown below in
the email that I received from the planning department.
The deadline for objections to this proposal is 13 July and should be
addressed to the planning officer – Sujata.Majumdar@islington.gov.uk
From: Majumdar, Sujata
Sent: 07 July 2006 15:39
Subject: RE: York Way
Thank you for your e-mail which has been passed over to me to respond.
The application that we have received is for hoarding around the
construction site at 82-96 York Way. There are five proposed hoardings to be
erected and the proposed sizes are as follows:
A – 2.4m (height) 26m (length)
B- 6m 4.5m
C- 2.4m 4.5m
D- 2.4m 28m
E- 2.4m 28m
The signs are to include pictures of various ‘Kings Place’ buildings and
children’s art illustrating their depiction of buildings. This application
has been passed over to our Conservation team for comment and there are no
immediate concerns at the moment.
If you require any further information regarding this matter or wish to
comment on this application, please do not hesitate to contact me