Stop Press: N1C responds to Islington participation plea in street names comp!

King's Cross Central logoYesterday we posted about the road naming competition being run in King’s Cross Central, aka N1C.

We raised the long standing issue of King’s Cross residents and businesses on the Islington side of the area being denied the same level of participation in N1C events as our Camden counterparts who live further away from the major development. As our post zoomed out to subscribers today we can report N1C has immediately responded:

“Just to let you know, we’ve taken heed of your blog post and have sent a bunch of forms for the competition to Islington West library – it was a good point, well made!”

This will be of particular interest to everybody living in Caledonian or Barnsbury wards in Islington.

So… for readers wanting to name a street in the new King’s Cross Central development and living in Islington there are now three ways to do it… online, at the King’s Cross Central Visitors Centre or at Islington West Library!

Do you know of a local outlet that could usefully carry N1C news? Let us know by commenting on this post and we’ll forward all your suggestions.



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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2 Responses to Stop Press: N1C responds to Islington participation plea in street names comp!

  1. Hi, surely there were streets on this site before in the past? I’d be interested to know what and where they were, and have some old names reinstated as a link with the past!

  2. Jimmy says:

    I would like Ben name to be named after a street in kings cross

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