Fancy letting the Mayor know how you feel about public access to privately owned spaces in KX?

Greater London AuthorityThe Mayor's Planning and Housing Committee will be visiting King's Cross at 10am this Tuesday 14th December. King's Cross Railway Lands Group, King's Cross Community Projects and the King's Cross Access campaign will meet the committee at the junction of Wharfdale Road and York Way, take them in two groups one around the north of KX Station and one around the south to the German Gym by St Pancras main entrance in Pancras Road.

The Greater London Assembly is reviewing different models of public space management in the capital to assess whether planning policies should be amended to ensure access to public space is as unrestricted and unambiguous as possible. We will give a community viewpoint of how major developers like Argent and Network Rail are fairing, including raising the issue of Network Rail's failure to include the much needed Battlebridge Crossing to give public access across the immediate rear of the station.

If you'd like to be there, arrive in good time for 10am on York Way where the old northern entrance used to be – opposite Wharfdale Road – and we'll see you there. If you can let us know in advance that you'll attend it'd be very helpful.

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. She also manages King's Cross Community Projects
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