The Kings Place building on York Way will be home to the Guardian in about 2008 . The builders have hoarded off the York Way pavement on the East side. This forces pedestrains out into the road at a busy junction (see pic below). The pavement diversion is badly signed and the pedestrian crossing facilities at this point are weak. I have raised this with Islington Planners (Mark Hammill – who knew nothing about it). The licence the builders haveis from Camden Council, even though the pavement is in Islington (Camden are the higway authority for York Way at this point). The Camden hoarding licence runs out on 1 November so let’s hope these dangerous hoardings are removed.
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