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Author Archives: Sean Murray
As part of the consultation process, many of us fed back to Network Rail a real concern the new public space would not be managed well. The result being worse than what we had before as the area attracts even more … Continue reading
At last, the final parts of the 1970s canopy are down opening up new vistas. Particularly impressive is the view of St Pancras that will greet passengers as they leave the station from the new exit only (ish) arches.
I’m sure everyone has read the news that the long anticipated Google deal (to build a new UK HQ in King’s Cross) has been made. Tax affairs aside, I am sure we all welcome such an exciting business to our … Continue reading
Work to complete the second phase of pavement widening and a ‘pinch point’ crossing in York Way is now scheduled from Monday February 4th. The improvements fall short of what many of us wanted – real traffic calming in York … Continue reading
Encouraging news in from Camden: York Way General Layout 18-05-12 (pdf download of the plan) Dear Councillors, Officers, Sean Murray and other stakeholders, Further to my email dated the 8th of May announcing approval of the second phase of the … Continue reading
There are many strands to the community’s re-action to the continual failure of TfL to manage our space in a sensible and safe way. Here’s another good example. A message from Central St Martins / University of Arts London: lobby … Continue reading
The guys over at King’s Cross central have launched a dedicated arts programme for the area – Relay Their first commission is this great looking giant bird cage that’s going to do all manner of things, in different places over … Continue reading