Category Archives: Neighbourhood planning

Views of the proposals for Building B6

At the meeting on 16 April an architect in the Porphyrios Associates practice told the Forum about the detailed plans for Building B6. This will be one of the six large office blocks around Pancras Square. Only it and Building B5 are still being … Continue reading

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How should the community be involved in King’s Cross Central?

Should the Forum disband? If so, which organisations and people will continue related work? These are the questions for the next meeting of the King’s Cross Development Forum (on 25 November). The Chair is proposing that the Forum disband. Please read … Continue reading

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Forum response to Camden about Building T1 of King’s Cross Central

At the meeting on 6 March the Argent project manager and an architect in the Niall McLaughlin practice told the Forum about the detailed plans for Building T1. This provides 129 apartments (95 for private sale, 22 for affordable renting … Continue reading

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Linking organisations in the King’s Cross area

At its meeting on 5 December the Forum heard about progress in setting up the proposed neighbourhood forum. This needs to develop enough support throughout its large and diverse area and to determine its approach to neighbourhood planning. In doing … Continue reading

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Planning prospects in the King’s Cross area

At its next meeting, on 5 December, the Forum will have: A review of the past year (reported here). A discussion of the intentions for the coming year. The election of the officers for the coming year. The meeting will … Continue reading

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