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- LAQN Site Camden - Euston Road December 12, 2019Using measurements recorded up to Thursday 12 Dec 2019 00:00:00 GMT, for Camden - Euston Road (Roadside) Species Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) Banding :Low Index: 2 (Measurement)Species PM10 Particulate (PM10) Banding :Low Index: 2 (Measurement)Species PM2.5 Particulate (PM25) Banding :Low Index: 1 (Measurement) For more information please see the London Air websit […]
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Tag Archives: Anti-social behaviour
Last year two trees were killed on the Regent’s Canal towpath by vandals. The first at Thornhill Bridge Community Gardens and the second behind Copenhagen School. The Copenhagen School tree was replaced in May by a semi mature cherry tree … Continue reading →
The police and Camden Council have brought in a dispersal zone in South Kings Cross. The zone came into force on 25 October 2013 and runs until 26 January 2014 – Bob has sent in a picture of the notice … Continue reading →
King’s Cross suffers from a shortage of green open space. Being a densely populated area, what green spaces we have need to be cherished and protected, not just for our use and our children’s use but also for local urban … Continue reading →
Islington Council is consulting on changes to its policy on alcohol licensing. The number of licensed premises in Islington has increased rapidly, as have resulting negative impacts like noise and anti-social behaviour. Islington is second only to Westminister in the density of … Continue reading →
The Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) scheme for Islington has been active for about 9 months in the Caledonian Road/Holloway area. It brought together the council, the police, schools, youth services, alcohol services and local retailers to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour … Continue reading →