Category Archives: Formalities

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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Development expectations in the King’s Cross area

At its next meeting, on 26 November, the Forum will have: An account by Robert Evans of the Argent development expectations for the coming years. A review of the past year (reported here). A discussion of the intentions for next year. The … Continue reading

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Details of the plans for refurbishing some of the early buildings

At the meeting on 12 February the Forum heard from architects in the Allies and Morrison and David Morley Architects practices about the plans for the German Gymnasium and the Fish and Coal Buildings. It also had an update from … Continue reading

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Plans for the German Gymnasium and the Fish and Coal Buildings

At its next meeting, on 12 February, the Forum will hear from Argent about the plans for the German Gymnasium and the Fish and Coal Buildings. It will also receive an update on the near term schedule for the development … Continue reading

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Future influence on the King’s Cross area

At its meeting on 25 November the Forum discussed whether to disband and, if so, how related work should continue. There was strong support for ensuring that the occupants of King’s Cross Central could influence future social, economic and environmental … Continue reading

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