Some topical pavement graffiti spotted by locals Nina and Aron on the Cally Road outside number 334-336 (photo is Nina’s).
‘Please be quiet we are sleeping in this death trap. Thanks Islington’
The chalking around the pavement light probably refers to underground ‘flats’ of the type revealed in the recent BBC documentary where cellars are converted into four or five rooms. Is this a cry for help by a resident?
The writer also has a dig at Islington Council for allowing this to go on. Over on the Cally Councillors blog Cllr Convery has recently said
‘Over the last 10 years or so, it is clear that the Council’s planners simply did not have the determination to challenge and enforce against these sorts of planning breaches. Nor did they get the signal from the Town Hall or elected local politicians to do so. However, the current Caledonian Councillors and the Town Hall leadership does have the political will to bring enforcement action.’