Author Archives: Stephan Schulte

Controlled Drinking Zone – Have Your Say

I received the following email from the Council about what residents think about a "controlled drinking zone" being set up across the Borough.  I thought the readers of the Bulletin Board who might not be in Islington's mailing list might … Continue reading

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Regent’s Quarter Block D – Work to Begin…Finally

The Bulletin Board heard from John Henderson of P & O Estates that work will begin shortly on Block D (bordered by York Way, Wharfdale Road, Crinan Street and Railway Street.  You might have already seen the scaffolding on Wharfdale Road.  … Continue reading

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Google Eyes King’s Cross Central

Submitted by Andrew Long, apparently Google is considering a major move to King's Cross Central. Read the story from the Telegraph.

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  The following information was provided to the Community Bulletin Board by Stephanie Garner-Winship, MAGPI West Neighbourhood Officer, Community Safety Partnerships Unit, Islington Council. Islington Police and the council have put in place a Dispersal Order in the Bemerton Estate … Continue reading

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Caledonian Ward Safer Neighbourhood Panel Meeting – 10 March at King’s Place

This is a reminder that the next Caledonian Ward Safer Neighbourhood Panel's next meeting is on Thursday, 10 March , from 7 to 9 PM at King's Place, 90 York Way. The specific room has yet to be confirmed so … Continue reading

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Thornhill Bridge Community Gardens Outdoor Woodland Classroom launches soon!

The Bulletin Board had been wondering just what was going on at the garden on the Caledonian Road, just West of the bridge over the Canal, so we went to our "source" Lisa Tang, of the Thornhill Bridge Community Gardeners.  Here … Continue reading

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Camden Library Survey

As many of our readers live closer to the Camden Library on the Euston Road then any of the Islington Libraries, I thought it worthwile to pass this survey on.  By clicking the appropriate links you can fill out the … Continue reading

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Interested in our railways? Read on…

Received this from one of our neighbours Aron C. who thought it might be of interest to those that are interested in our railroads and their local development. Please find attached Newsletter No. 10 of Camden Railway Heritage Trust – … Continue reading

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