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Tag Archives: Gray’s Inn Road
The case of Ella Kissi-Debrah shows clearly what impact air pollution has. It kills, and by not doing enough to keep us safe, it could be deemed to be manslaughter, corporate manslaughter, an infringement of our human rights! The Kings … Continue reading
Gray’s Inn Road is a fascinating place with hugely diverse range of architecture, people and land use. And it is adamantly un-gentrified, even occasionally a bit shabby. I took a lovely stroll along the road in the sun last week … Continue reading
Lovely to see a new shop opening with a family team as bakery Aux Pains de Papy opens its doors at 279 Grays Inn Road just around the corner from Kings Cross. The resident team above are a father and … Continue reading
With Spring in their Planning Steps, the Steering Team of the Neighbourhood Forum for King’s Cross is looking to a practical solution to get neighbourhood pangs and ambitions off the ground. A small group of local folk have been researching … Continue reading
The Transport Committee of the London Assembly was tasked with investigating cycling in London at its meeting on 14 June 2012. The aim was threefold: to understand the issues facing current cyclists and the barriers to potential cyclists; to examine the plans proposed … Continue reading
Open letter to meeting on Kings Cross Roads between TfL and Camden (17th Oct. 2012) Note: This letter is the opinion of a resident of Kings Cross, non affiliated to any party or group. It represents his view and position … Continue reading
The Calthorpe Project’s vision is to transform a disused part of our site (highlighted in the image below/attached) into a multi-purpose building that will bring benefits for the local community and small businesses. Our aim is to create an attractive, sustainable and … Continue reading