Category Archives: Annual reviews

What should happen to the Forum?

Should the Forum disband? If so, should any of its activity continue? These are the questions for the next meeting of the King’s Cross Development Forum (on 13 December). Members of the Steering Committee are intending to stand down. The activity … Continue reading

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The current thinking about removing the gyratory

At its next meeting, on 22 November, the Forum will have: A presentation and discussion led by TfL (and supported by planning officers from Camden and Islington) of the current state of the plans for removing the gyratory. A review of … Continue reading

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Two sides of the Triangle, and objections to the plans for the Coal Drops

At the meeting on 9 December the architect David Morley described the housing planned for ‘the triangle site’, which is split between Islington and Camden where York Way used to lie. The plans have progressed since the meeting mentioned in the annual review report; … Continue reading

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How will the Triangle be filled?

At its next meeting, on 9 December, the Forum will have: A description of the housing planned for Zone W (‘the triangle site’), which is split between Islington and Camden along the former route of York Way. A review of … Continue reading

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What is happening next in King’s Cross Central?

At the meeting on 26 November Robert Evans presented the developments expected by Argent over the next few years. 2015 and 2016 are likely to be the most intensive. The developments currently underway will be completed then. In particular, Cubitt Park and Square, two office … Continue reading

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